Antonio Brown Planning To Meet WIth NFL Over Sexual Assault Allegations

Antonio Brown has gone on another social media tirade about quitting the NFL

Antonio Brown has gone on another social media tirade about quitting the NFL. More

The meeting would be the first time Brown has met with the league since the allegations, and Anderson reported Brown was "eager to present his side" and teams are "still interested in signing him pending the resolution of the league's investigation". In light-weight of this news, Brown chose to unload on Twitter and sent an epic rant from the league he has identified as home for the final 9 several years. The meeting is now scheduled to take place next Thursday (November 14). After news of the lawsuit broke, an artist claimed that Brown approached her "butt-ass naked" while she was painting a mural at his home.

The Patriots were the third team to part ways with Brown since March. "Clear my name and go fuck your self". The NFL has already spoken to Taylor, who initially sued Brown in federal court, but has since dropped that lawsuit and refiled in Broward County, Florida civil court.

"F**k @nfl I'm going down another path no more making money off my blood and sweat, [.] No more control of my name and body clear my name I am done with it!" Another woman spoke with Sports Illustrated and accused Brown of sexual misconduct. Brown has denied the allegations through his lawyer.

Brown forced his way out of Oakland after a preseason filled with absurd drama stemming from the wide receiver's frost-bitten feet to threatening to retire over an issue with his league-approved helmet.

We know at least one team that has considered the possibility of signing Brown, but the National Football League has not yet specified its status. Brown has not been in the league since the New England Patriots cut him in late September. The Raiders obtained Brown in an offseason trade with the Pittsburgh Steelers but released him, at Brown's request, just before the season after a series of incidents.

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