Antonio Brown Countersues Rape Accuser, You Basically Ruined My Career

Ex-NFL player Antonio Brown countersues his former female trainer who claims he raped her

Antonio Brown Countersues Rape Accuser, You Basically Ruined My Career

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that "barring a significant turn of events, Brown is not expected to play again this season".

Brown spent 11 days with the Patriots, and he's now under investigation after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced during his short yet eventful stint in New England.

Embatteled former National Football League wide receiver Antonio Brown is going back to school at Central Michigan University after being traded by the Oakland Raider and released by the New England Patriots.

As insane as it seemed, talk of a potential reunion between Brown and the Patriots picked up slight steam following Brown's public apology to Patriots owner Robert Kraft on Instagram, with one report suggesting that the Patriots had "kicked tires" on bringing Brown back to Foxborough pending his status with the National Football League.




When the Patriots signed Brown, there was no advance notice from Brown's agent Drew Rosenhaus that Brown was on the cusp of being slapped with a lawsuit by his former trainer Britney Taylor even though the legal wrangling between Brown and Taylor's attorneys had been going on for months.

"I don't anymore. I don't know", generally isn't what you want to hear from your starting quarterback when he's asked about red zone struggles. All I wanted to be was an asset to the organization; sorry for the bad media and the drama! "They are not up to me when we cut players or sign players".

It's only one line from Brady, but it was obviously a telling statement because Collinsworth clearly regrets the fact that he didn't bring it up during the telecast of the game, which the Patriots ended up losing 37-20. I think the people in the personnel department decide those things. "Thank you sincerely AB", Brown said on Instagram. "I'm trying to support him to be the best person that he can be, that's all". "But it's his choice, and good for him".

After being released by the Patriots, Brown fired a shot at Kraft in a since-deleted tweet that read, "Kraft got caught in the parlor".

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