Antonio Brown's lawyer explains $200K mental health offer from Bucs and more


Antonio Brown’s interview with Bryant Gumbel about his bizarre exit from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be broadcast Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET on the latest episode of HBO’s Real Sports, and snippets of the interview have been a discussion topic across sports talk radio all day, including on WFAN.

One of those clips includes Brown stating that the Buccaneers offered him $200,000 to seek mental health treatment. His lawyer, Sean Burstyn, added that the agreement would allow Brown to sit on the sideline and remain on the team if he sought mental health treatment.

Burstyn joined WFAN's Carton & Roberts late in Tuesday’s show to discuss the situation further, leading Craig & Evan to take a hard-hitting, in-depth look at the entire situation with Burstyn, and what Antonio Brown’s endgame and future may be.

We could write it up, but this is one you just have to listen to yourself to decide where you stand:

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