Here’s a look at what happened to Antonio Brown following his release from the Patriots.
Antonio Brown reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Oct. 23. According to multiple reports, the deal is believed to have significant financial upside for Brown. Bucs quarterback Tom Brady, who briefly played with Brown last year, reportedly pushed the team to sign the 32-year-old wide receiver.
Brown is nearing the end of his eight-game suspension which was issued this summer after multiple violations of the NFL’s personal conduct policy. He would be eligible to play Week 9 when Tampa hosts the Saints.
Here’s a timeline of the events involving Brown following his release from the Patriots.
September 20, 2019: Sports Illustrated published a follow-up to its original story Sept. 16 story, which detailed an allegation of sexual misconduct against Brown, revealing that Brown had also sent threatening and intimidating text messages to the aforementioned accuser. New
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