Antonio Brown was dismissed this month by two NFL teams following a list of controversies, including sexual assault and rape allegations. Some of the other teams in the league, however, continue to show interest in his performance as a leader According to his agent, he received.
The unnamed teams interested in Brown, however, wanted "information about his legal situation and the investigation of the NFL" about the allegations against him, Drew Rosenhaus told ESPN on Saturday. Brown, 31, a seven-time Pro Bowl player, was released from the New England Patriots on Friday after a lawyer representing one of his female prosecutors had alerted the NFL to alleged "intimidating" emails which was believed to have been sent to the woman Brown earlier this week.
PUBLISHING PATRIOTS ANTONIO BROWN AFTER CLAIMS FOR SEXUAL MISCONDUCT, SHAKE-IN OF PUNCH
Not long after Brown was released, the NFL made a statement regarding the status of Brown's relationship with the League. He described Brown as "an unrestricted free agent," meaning that he had no contractual obligations to a team.
"Our office is currently investigating several allegations, some of which are the subject of pending litigation," continued the NFL statement. "We have not yet gained any insights into these topics. The investigation continues and will continue vigorously and swiftly.
"As long as Mr. Brown is a free agent, it is not appropriate to be included in the Commissioner's list of exceptions. If signed by a club, such accommodation may be appropriate at any time, depending on the state of the investigation. Upon completion of the investigation, he or she may also be subject to disciplinary action if the investigation finds that he has violated the law or the League's policies. "
Only after completion of the investigation of the NFL by the NFL is to expect a new deal for Brown, said ESPN.
Brown appeared in just one game for the Patriots who signed him 1
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Pittsburgh traded Brown in part because of a collision with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger were numerous. These included Brown's lack of exercises for frostbiting on his feet as a result of cryotherapy, a dispute over what kind of helmet he would wear in games, and an allegedly heated confrontation with Oakland General Manager Mike Mayock.
Finally, Oakland got fed up and released Brown On September 7, he signed a deal with New England defending Super Bowl champion.
Before Brown contested his first game with the Patriots, he was convicted in a civil lawsuit of having sexually assaulted and raped his former coach in three cases in 2017 and 2018. Brown's lawyer said his client had denied the allegations ,
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Then a second prosecutor emerged, an artist who claimed Brown had made an unwanted sex advance while the wife was in the house of the Player was after she was hired to paint a portrait of him. She is the prosecutor, whose lawyer claims to have received "intimidating" SMS from Brown on Wednesday night.
The lawyer informed the NFL on Thursday and the Patriots fired Brown the next day from his contract.
Fox News & # 39; Ryan Gaydos has contributed to this story.