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Wide receiver Antonio Brown will be eligible to make his New England Patriots debut Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Brown, whoafter his last week, was accused of rape and sexual assault in a civil lawsuit filed Tuesday in Southern District of Florida. Brown and his legal team have denied the allegations.
The NFL decided against placing Brown on the commissioner's exempt list because no criminal charges have been filed in the case, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports.
The exempt list is a procedural move, which only commissioner Roger Goodell has the power to execute .
Antonio Brown's insane fallout with the Raiders: A timeline
Antonio Brown is no longer an Oakland Raider. He’ll never play a down of football for the Oakland Raiders. But for six months, Brown technically was a Raider. And they were six of the most insane months the NFL has ever seen. © Provided by Oath Inc. Antonio Brown was released by the Oakland Raiders on Saturday, before he ever played a game.
Players on the commissioner's exempt list are not eligible to participate in games or practices, but are still paid. They also still have access to the team's facility for individual workouts, treatments, meetings and other non-football activities, at the team's discretion. Per the NFL Player Personnel Policy Manual, players are to be placed on the list "only in unusual circumstances."
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Bill Belichick compares Antonio Brown situation to Patriots acquiring Randy Moss
The New England Patriots have a reputation for taking on controversial players and getting them to buy into their winning culture, and Bill Belichick had no problem reminding the media of that when asked a question about Antonio Brown this week. Belichick was asked by Tom E. Curran of NBC Sports Boston on Tuesday if he is concerned about Brown becoming a distraction in New England the way he did with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders. The coach gave a standard response when he said he “wasn’t in either of those places” and can’t comment on those situations, but he surprisingly brought up Randy Moss when pressed further.
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Antonio Brown’s abusive rant underscores a truth about NFL’s hypocrisy .
Volatile Antonio Brown is without a football team and — for now — without his guaranteed money from the Patriots, though he is maximizing his free time by going back to school. The struggling Raiders seem to be without a functional offense and without a star receiver, though they at least parted with Brown before the sexual abuse accusations started rolling in. The undefeated Patriots seem just fine. Though, as usual, they are operating without much integrity.Are there any winners here? The saga that consumed the NFL for most of the past month isn’t over yet. Even as Brown tweeted on Sunday that he “Will not be playing in the NFL anymore.
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Kyle Brandt report: Antonio Brown eligible to join Patriots for Week 2 matchup at Dolphins
Kyle Brandt report: Antonio Brown eligible to join Patriots for Week 2 matchup at Dolphins.