Ole Miss HC Lane Kiffin Is Hilariously Roasting Former NFL WR Antonio Brown As The Two Go At It On Social Media

Ole Miss HC Lane Kiffin Is Hilariously Roasting Former NFL WR Antonio Brown As The Two Go At It On Social Media

Lane Kiffin of Ole Miss looking on (left). Antonio Brown taking photo (right).

Lane Kiffin and Antonio Brown (Photos via Getty Images)
Ole Miss football head coach Lane Kiffin and former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown had an interesting back-and-forth exchange on X/Twitter.

Antonio Brown is no stranger to starting beef with other coaches and athletes, especially on social media. But this latest beef with the Rebels head coach is rather peculiar given how it all started.

Kelly Stafford, the wife of Los Angeles Rams star quarterback Matthew Stafford, revealed that she once dated her current husband’s backup QB in college in an effort to make him jealous.

Brown assumed Stafford was talking about Joe Cox, one of Stafford’s backups at Georgia. So Brown took to X/Twitter to call out Cox, posting a photo of the latter from his days with the Bulldogs:

Kiffin responded to Brown’s post with “Maybe” and a thinking emoji. Brown had an issue with that and responded to Kiffin with a simple four-letter message:

But Lane Kiffin got the last laugh by posting a GIF of the final moments in Antonio Brown’s NFL career, complemented with a “clown” emoji:

 

Brown’s final NFL game was against the New York Jets in Week 17 of the 2021 season. Following a disagreement with Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians about his injury status, Brown took his jersey off and ran out of the stadium.

The Buccaneers went on to win the game, and Brown was subsequently released. Predictably, no NFL team decided to pick up Brown following yet another ugly exit from an NFL club.

Brown’s resume speaks of a Hall of Famer, but his concerning list of legal troubles and behavior issues will likely keep him out of Canton.

Antonio Brown Won’t Stay Out Of The Spotlight

With Brown’s football career over, he’s become content using social media to try and keep himself relevant.

Whether it’s beefing with Kiffin, personally attacking old teammate Tom Brady or taking unnecessary shots at the WNBA, Brown just keeps running his mouth in order to stay in the spotlight.

Surprise AFC Team Lands Chargers Superstar Joey Bosa In Blockbuster Trade Proposal That Would Make Them Immediate Super Bowl Contenders

Joey Bosa of Los Angeles Chargers looking on.Joey Bosa (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
A massive trade proposal has a top AFC team bolstering their already dangerous defense by acquiring Los Angeles Chargers superstar edge rusher Joey Bosa.

Heading into the 2024 offseason, many wondered if the Chargers would cut or trade Joey Bosa. But along with fellow pass-rushing stalwart Khalil Mack, Bosa agreed to a restructured deal to remain with the Bolts.

The 2016 first-round pick has two years remaining on his deal before he can enter free agency in 2026. But if the right offer comes along for new GM Joe Hortiz and head coach Jim Harbaugh, the Chargers would be wise to trade Bosa now for future assets.

Bleacher Report’s Gary Davenport proposed a blockbuster trade idea that has Los Angeles trading Joey Bosa to the defending AFC East champion Buffalo Bills in exchange for a 2025 third-round pick:

“Much has been made of the team’s situation at wide receiver after the departure of Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. But the Bills have a potential weakness on defense as well. Only one player for Buffalo eclipsed 10 sacks last season—edge-rusher Leonard Floyd, who is now in San Francisco. Buffalo’s projected starters on the edge (Gregory Rousseau and A.J. Epenesa) combined for just 11.5 sacks a year ago…

Getting Bosa’s contract on the books would take some wrangling, but Brandon Beane is as crafty a GM as there is in the NFL. It’s a risky play—but one that could pay off big if the Bills get the Bosa who made three straight Pro Bowls from 2019-2021.”

The Bills have consistently churned out a top-10 defense under Sean McDermott, but the lack of pass-rushing depth is a key reason why they haven’t solved Patrick Mahomes or Joe Burrow in the postseason.

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