Antonio Brown's fall from grace has been well documented, as the embattled wide receiver has been all over headlines of late. After his recent arrest, however, it seems AB is starting to tone things down, and the 30-year-old expressed remorse in a sit-down interview with Josina Anderson on Saturday morning.
"I think I owe the whole NFL an apology and my past behavior. I think I could have done a lot of things better," Brown told Anderson.
After being traded to the Oakland Raiders last offseason, a series of outbursts resulted in the team cutting ties with Brown before the regular season got underway. He then latched on with the Patriots, featuring in one game in New England before being released by the organization.
He has since been out of the league, and has had quite a social media presence, often going on wild Twitter rants, releasing a few songs and even a music video.
Brown is finally starting to accept responsibility for his actions, and his apology to the league is a big first step towards him potentially ending up back on an NFL roster at some point in the future.
There's still a fairly long way to go for the former star wideout, but it looks as if AB is finally willing to make amends.