Antonio Brown’s glove during the MetLife Stadium sideline meltdown sells online for $16,900

The glove that was. Tampa Bay BuccaneersWide receiver Antonio BrownThe online auction sold the rights to the infamous sideline meltdown at MetLife Stadium last October, when he threw himself into the stands.

Lelands auctioned the glove and received 53 bids in a 13-day period that ended Saturday night. Bidding began at $81, Brown's number from the Buccaneers, before Brown was released by the Buccaneers days later.

Brown stated that his outburst came because the Bucs tried to force Brown to play with an injured leg. Bruce Arians claimed Brown was mad at a lack in targets. Brown and Sean Burstyn his attorney indicated that they intend to sue the Buccaneers.

Brown said that he would love to play football next season once his ankle heals. Brown also plans to continue his music career. He recently announced that Donda Sports, an apparel and lifestyle brand from Ye was now his president. He also tweeted this week that he would love to buy the Denver BroncosDonda Sports

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