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Former NFL great Sterling Sharpe was having none of Antonio Brown’s antics Sunday morning.

Brown pretty much announced his retirement from the NFL two days after the New England Patriots released him due to yet another sexual misconduct allegation.

This one tweet was not the extent of it. Brown went after Patriots owner Robert Kraft and former teammate Ben Roethlisberger, noting the incidents that they were involved in.

In since-deleted tweets, Brown called into question the four-game suspension Big Ben received after rape allegations. He also went after Kraft, who was implicated in a sex slavery ring earlier this year.

Back to Sharpe for a second. He absolutely blasted Brown on Instagram, calling the free agent a clown in an eye-opening post.

Whew. That’s next level stuff from the usually reserved Sharpe. The NFL Media personality went after Brown after the six-time Pro Bowler called him out in another since-deleted tweet.

What we do know is that Brown is not right in the head. He needs as much help as possible. Sunday morning’s Twitter rant magnified that further.