The meme purports to quote NFL wide receiver Brown comparing his playing ability to "like watching The Beatles or Jesus perform at Red Rocks."
Brown threw the glove during a meltdown in which he tore off his jersey and abruptly quit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during a January 2 game.
Reports continue to come out about the wide receiver's decision to exit Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium.
Brown got so frustrated Sunday that he removed his shoulder pads, tossed his jersey toward the stands, removed his undershirt and walked off the field.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said after the game that Brown "is no longer a Buc."
Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said his team cooperated with the league's investigation of his players' vaccination status and hopes it continues to other teams.
Brown and Edwards' suspensions will last for three days, according to the NFL.
Brown's former live-in chef alleged that Brown offered to pay him $500 to obtain a fake Johnson & Johnson vaccination card to avoid NFL protocol.
The star wideout has called out the NFL, urging the league to conclude its investigation into his conduct to allow him to return to football.
The star wide receiver hasn't played in the NFL since he was released by the New England Patriots in September last year.
The star wideout hasn't played since Week 2 of last season but worked out with his cousin Marquise Brown and reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson on Wednesday.
The seven-time Pro Bowler hasn't played since he was released by the New England Patriots in Week 2 of the NFL regular season.
While appearing on a podcast, the free-agent wide receiver sent a message to the New England Patriots quarterback.
The former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver took to social media to apologize to his former teammate after a long-running feud.
"Everyone's got an agenda from what they want to get from me or what they can make off me so it's good to be around and talk to people that don't have an agenda that can just support your mental health and listen to you," Brown told Pittsburgh radio station, 93.7 The Fan.
The Kansas City quarterback is the first player to appear on the Madden NFL cover, play in the Super Bowl and win the Lombardi Trophy in the same season.
It began with a tweet from Brown which read, "square up @LoganPaul," and led to a reply from Paul saying, "I'd drop you faster than the Patriots."
The former Steelers wide receiver posted a picture of a New Orleans Saints free agent waive form on his Instagram story, and social media users reacted.
On Monday morning, former NFL executive Mike Tannenbaum stated that he believes some of the recent comments by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, could lead to the team signing free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown.
On Tuesday the wide receiver apologized to New England owner Robert Kraft for calling him out on Twitter after he was released in September.
This comes on the heels of a since-deleted, expletive-laced tweet Thursday in which he said he would not play in the league again.
During ESPN's "First Take," host Stephen A. Smith said that he thinks the Philadelphia Eagles should sign the wide receiver.
This isn't the first time Brown took courses at Central Michigan University, the wide receiver played at the school before entering the NFL draft.
The New England Patriots released Antonio Brown on Friday after the wide receiver was accused of raping his former trainer last week.
Troubled wide receiver was expected to make his debut for the Patriots in Week 2 after signing a one-year deal on Monday.
A lawsuit filed in Florida claims Brown sexually assaulted his female trainer twice in 2017 and then raped her in 2018.
"I'm going to pull a white boys school shooting at Foxboro," Gray allegedly said in a Facebook post, adding that if he got his hands on a gun, "I will go shoot up random people at Foxboro."
Antonio Brown has made headlines all offseason, and not for anything he has done on a football field. It's what has happened off of it, especially within the last week.