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SportDrew Rosenhaus: Antonio Brown will work like every other player on the Patriots

19:20  08 september  2019
19:20  08 september  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

Antonio Brown pokes back at NFL with funny helmet-related tweet

Antonio Brown pokes back at NFL with funny helmet-related tweet Antonio Brown may have lost the battle with the NFL over his helmet, but he intends to win the war — or something like that. After losing his second grievance over his helmet on Sunday, Brown’s agent went to work. Drew Rosenhaus let everyone know that Brown not only won’t miss any games, but that he’ll also be making a bunch of money off an endorsement deal. A few hours later, Brown himself poked the league over the helmet situation with a funny tweet that featured a picture of him wearing a throwback Oakland Raiders jersey with an old-school helmet. Mr.Outrageous #DontTellmewhatICaintDopic.twitter.

Brown ’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus , confirmed to The Associated Press that the four-time Brown is not eligible to be officially signed until Monday, but even his presence on the Patriots ’ sideline adds a new wrinkle to his tumultuous tenure in Pittsburgh. “We tried every way possible to make it work .

Drew Rosenhaus : “Now that Antonio is a free agent, we are focused on the future and I will immediately work on signing him to a new team. If Brown wants to play for a winner, joining a team that's won three of the last five Super Bowls might not be a bad idea. Dallas Cowboys.

Antonio Brown is prepared to do things the Patriot Way.

Drew Rosenhaus: Antonio Brown will work like every other player on the Patriots© AP Photo/Jeff Chiu FILE - In this Aug. 20, 2019 file photo, Oakland Raiders' Antonio Brown smiles before stretching during NFL football practice in Alameda, Calif. Brown was released by the Raiders, Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019.

That’s the word from Brown’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, who says that he and Brown have discussed the demands that coach Bill Belichick puts on his players, and Brown is ready to meet those demands.

“I’ll just tell you that the Patriots are obviously a very solid, strong organization,” Rosenhaus said on ESPN. “They do things the Patriots Way. They expect everyone to be accountable. They don’t make any exceptions. I’ve discussed this with Antonio. And he wants to be a Patriot. He’s prepared to go there, fit in, work hard, be like every other player on the team, do what’s asked of him, do his job and make it work. He’s honored with the opportunity and he’s looking forward to taking advantage of it.”

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It turns out Antonio Brown may not be welcome in New England, which has housed plenty disgruntled superstars such as himself. “Now that Antonio is a free agent, we are focused on the future and I will immediately work on signing him to a new team,” Brown ’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus , told ESPN.

Antonio Brown to the Patriots only makes sense. Other possible landing spots. Any team that chooses to sign him — assuming his agent Drew Rosenhaus ' search for the next organization signals his client's desire to continue playing football — will not only be paying for an elite wide receiver, but

Contrary to perceptions that Brown cares more about himself than about helping his team win, Rosenhaus said the winning culture in New England was a big part of the appeal.

“Antonio had a robust free-agent market and certainly had a lot of options,” Rosenhaus said. “But it was hard to compete with New England and that amazing opportunity, that great franchise, and play with one of the all-time greats, Tom Brady, and Bill Belichick.”

One thing we can say safely: If Brown surreptitiously tapes Belichick and puts their conversation online, he won’t last long in New England.

NFL prefers to move 'quickly' on whether or not to put Antonio Brown on commish exempt list.
NFL prefers to move 'quickly' on whether or not to put Antonio Brown on commish exempt list

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