Antonio Brown Countersues Rape Accuser for Defamation

Antonio Brown Countersues Rape Accuser for Defamation

"If you guys follow the Patriots, tell them to call me", Brown said in an Instagram Live video in October.

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.

At one point during show Patrick asked Collinsworth, "Can you read between the lines with what Tom Brady has been saying about the offense?"

Brown has waffled publicly on his desire to return to the National Football League, with his latest public overture an apology to Patriots owner Robert Kraft via Twitter. "I know there have been discussions".

The former personal trainer filed her allegations against Mr Brown on September 10, three days after he left the Oakland Raiders to join the New England Patriots. But The Athletic put the rumor to bed Friday with a source telling the website the controversial wide receiver wouldn't get a second chance with New England.

"The Patriots will not be re-signing Antonio Brown, according to a source".

So if Curran and Howe's reporting is accurate, then why did Brown feel the need to release an apology?

The NFL is now investigating the receiver, in part because of Taylor's lawsuit, and he is unlikely to be signed by any team until the league's investigation is concluded.

What's next for Antonio Brown?

But while Brown's camp is apparently optimistic about the receiver's future this season, there are clues suggesting otherwise.

It's possible that the Patriots' desperation leads to a reunion, but another Patriots insider, Tom Curran, reported on Thursday night that New England has no interest in Brown. And two, his legal matter with Britney Taylor is still ongoing.

Antonio Brown has filed a lawsuit against the Memphis woman who accused him of rape and sexual assault.

Even if Brown were to be signed on a team this year, he'd likely be placed on the commissioner's exempt list, meaning he wouldn't be allowed to play until he's off that list.

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