Antonio Brown has been making headlines recently following his on-field meltdown at a Bucs game. Soon after, he was released of his duties as a player at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by Bruce Arians. Now Brown’s lawyer has something to stay regarding the player’s release.

Brown’s attorney, Sean Burstyn, described the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ method of releasing the former Pro Bowl wide receiver as a “surprise attack.” He took to Twitter to make his annoyance at Brown’s former team known.

Burstyn claimed that Brown had been instructed to schedule an appointment with the Bucs’ chosen surgeon to evaluate his alleged ankle injury. However, before he could meet the doctor he was quickly released. Burstyn said, “The Bucs picked an arbitrary appointment time outside of normal business hours early Thursday morning.”

Burstyn continued, “The Bucs did this because they know that Coach Arians’ on-the-field termination of AB was degrading, inhumane, abusive, and unlawful.” He alleged that the team tried covering it up using their “latest dirty trick” which he labelled as “Surprise attack.”

It’s unclear exactly what Burstyn hopes to gain from making this claim about his client’s release. The Bucs have yet to comment on the latest allegation out of Brown’s camp. Meanwhile, following his release the NFL player has shifted his focus to his rap career with Kanye West coming forward to show his support to the player.

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