Receiver Antonio Brown hinted at retiring from the National Football League on Twitter Sunday.

The former New England Patriot said he "will not be playing in the NFL anymore" and in since-deleted tweets critiqued the league for putting a stricter punishment on him than other NFL-affiliated people accused of sexual misconduct.

Earlier this month, Brown left the Oakland Raiders amid disagreements over the team fining him $215,000 after an argument with the team's general manager.


Two days after the New England Patriots signed Brown, Brown's former trainer filed a civil lawsuit in Florida alleging he sexually assaulted her three times. The lawyer of a second woman, who alleges Brown sexually harassed her, said her client had been receiving intimidating texts from Brown 

The Patriots dropped the receiver Friday.

Brown took aim at Patriots owner Robert Kraft who had been arrested in relation to a prostitution ring in Florida, according to the Associated Press, which viewed the tweets before they were deleted.

“Different strokes different folks clearly,” the AP reported Brown wrote.

Brown also went after Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who has been suspended for four games after allegations of sexual assault surfaced.


“4 games for Big Ben crazy world I’m done with it,” Brown tweeted, according to The Associated Press.

Some of the tweets have been deleted, according to the news wire.