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Sport Report: Some Patriots upset with Antonio Brown's release

18:31  22 september  2019
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Report: Patriots Add $20 Million Option Year For 2020 Onto Antonio Brown's Contract

Report: Patriots Add $20 Million Option Year For 2020 Onto Antonio Brown's Contract Report: Patriots Add $20 Million Option Year For 2020 Onto Antonio Brown's Contract for the 2020 season, ESPN's Adam Schefter first reported. The $20 million will reportedly all become guaranteed if the option is executed. © Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesSchefter added that the initial one-year, $15 million deal that New England signed the four-time All-Pro to on Saturday was done to help with cap proration for this season. Brown also received a $9 million signing bonus in the deal. The Raiders released Brown on Saturday morning after a series of offseason incidents this summer.

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Several New England Patriots players privately voiced their displeasure with the team's decision to release receiver Antonio Brown, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

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Some players in the locker room felt Brown had made a positive impression on teammates in his 11 days with the Patriots, Rapoport reports, believing he did things in practice that others couldn't.

However, the decision to cut ties with the volatile wideout came from team owner Robert Kraft after intimidating text messages from Brown to a woman who accused him of sexual misconduct came to light, sources told Rapoport. The Patriots also were under the impression that the end of the off-field drama wasn't near.

Date set for Antonio Brown’s reported victim to meet with NFL

Date set for Antonio Brown’s reported victim to meet with NFL The woman accusing New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown of sexual assault, Britney Taylor, is set to meet with the NFL some time next week. © Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY SportsThat report comes to us via ESPN’s Josina Anderson. It also suggests that the NFL is not going to take any action prior to Brown’s scheduled debut with the Patriots on Sunday. I'm told a date has been set for Britney Taylor, Antonio Brown's accuser, to meet with NFL next week. Source desired to keep the date private, at this time.

The Patriots signing Antonio Brown and then releasing him 11 days later will become another example. This won’t blow up the Patriots ’ season like The signing happened fast, because there was competition for Brown ’ s services, and the priority was getting the player, not vetting the person, which

Getty Antonio Brown caught four passes in his Patriots debut. Brown has been the top news topic around the Patriots organization since signing for the team. Stemming from his controversial, pre-meditated release from Oakland to his sexual assault allegations among other accusations from

New England signed Brown for $10 million guaranteed, $9 million of which came in the form of a signing bonus. However, the team is expected to withhold $5 million of his bonus, which was due Monday, and force Brown to file a grievance to see the money, Rapoport adds.

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