Antonio Brown hasn’t forgotten that Brandon Marshall owes him a Porsche

Antonio Brown did a lot more of this in 2016 than Brandon Marshall. (Michael Conroy/Associated Press)

It was July, and Brandon Marshall was feeling optimistic about the upcoming season for his Jets. And why not? The team had just brought back Ryan Fitzpatrick, who set a franchise record in 2015 for touchdown passes en route to helping Marshall post a 1,500-yard, 14-touchdown season.

As it turned out, the 2016 Jets season turned into one everyone associated with the team would like to forget. But on Thursday, Antonio Brown showed that he was not going to let Marshall forget an ill-advised wager the latter very publicly made, back in those heady summer months.