Sep 15, 2019; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Antonio Brown before the Patriots' game against the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Antonio Brown doesn’t seem to be embracing the notion that the NFL may be done with him, and he once again aired his thoughts via social media. This time, Brown took a swipe at Atlanta Falcons star Julio Jones, who many believe is the best overall receiver in the NFL.

B/R Gridiron shared the following quote from Brown, who went on Intagram Live to tout himself as “the best receiver in the game.”

The one big thing that Brown seems to be missing right now is that Jones is actually “in the game,” whereas Brown is not.

Brown is still under investigation by the NFL over two separate accusations of sexual misconduct from last year. The league has made it clear that, until the investigation is concluded and any potential disciplinary action is taken, any team that does sign Brown is subject to have him land on the commissioner’s exempt list.

In the meantime, one of Brown’s old coaches in Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians, has made it clear that Brown would not be welcome in his locker room. And quite honestly, after all the stuff he pulled in Oakland last year, and given the investigation still hanging around his neck, that’s probably going to be true for Brown anywhere in the NFL right now.

This article first appeared on Sportsnaut and was syndicated with permission.

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ARI / 2008 / #11
Larry Fitzgerald
ATL / 2016 / #11
Julio Jones
CAR / 2005 / #89
Steve Smith
CHI / 2012 / #15
Brandon Marshall
CIN / 2006 / #85
Chad Johnson
CLE / 2013 / #12
Josh Gordon
DAL / 2014 / #88
Dez Bryant
DET / 2013 / #81
Calvin Johnson
GB / 1998 / #86
Antonio Freeman
HOU / 2019 / #10
DeAndre Hopkins
IND / 2010 / #87
Reggie Wayne
KC / 1971 / #89
Otis Taylor
LAC / 1982 / #89
Wes Chandler
LAR* / 2003 / #81
Torry Holt
MIA / 1977 / #89
Nat Moore
MIN / 2003 / #84
Randy Moss
NE / 2011 / #83
Wes Welker
NO / 2019 / #13
Michael Thomas
NYJ / 1986 / #88
Al Toon
OAK / 1976 / #21
Cliff Branch
PHI / 2004 / #81
Terrell Owens
PIT / 2017 / #84
Antonio Brown
SF / 2002 / #81
Terrell Owens
SEA / 1985 / #80
Steve Largent
TEN* / 1991 / #80
Haywood Jeffires
WAS / 1987 / #84
Gary Clark

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