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Sport Antonio Brown on Patriots: ‘They still gotta pay me, so might as well let me earn it’

00:15  10 october  2019
00:15  10 october  2019 Source:   patriotswire.com

Tom Brady responds to speculation that he was against releasing Antonio Brown

  Tom Brady responds to speculation that he was against releasing Antonio Brown Brady was asked if there was any truth to the speculation that he was with Bill Belichick in not wanting to release Antonio Brown, but that Robert Kraft made the decision. “Well I think there are always reports and speculations about a lot of things that I have said or have not said or been a part of,” Brady responded. “The reality is I don’t make any personnel decisions. I don’t decide to sign players. I don’t decide to trade then. I don’t decide to release them. I don’t decide to draft them. I don’t get asked, I show up and do my job. I’m an employee like everyone else.

Antonio Brown Patriots Gonna Have to Pay Me ' Let Me Earn It '. The controversial NFL superstar has made it clear that he wants back in the league after getting cut by New England last month and on Wednesday, he told his followers to "tell [the Patriots ] to call me" during a

Antonio Brown to Patriots , 'You Gotta Pay Me , Might As Well Let Me Earn It '. The 29-year-old spoke with league officials for more than an hour on Wednesday in an attempt to get back sooner than next season.

Antonio Brown made a plea to his social media followers and, in turn, to the New England Patriots during an Instagram video on Wednesday. Brown, who was with the Patriots for about two weeks in 2019, told his followers to "tell (the Patriots) to call me. They still gotta pay me, so might as well let me earn it."

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Brown was due $5 million in guaranteed money, but the Patriots elected not to pay it after releasing him on Sept. 20 after he faced allegations of sexual assault and rape in a civil lawsuit. Brown has filed a grievance to recoup that money, which is why he believes they've still got to pay him. After his release, Brown ripped into Patriots owner Robert Kraft for the allegations he is facing for solicitation of prostitution.

Antonio Brown suggests he’s not done with the NFL, after all

  Antonio Brown suggests he’s not done with the NFL, after all Pretty much everything regarding Antonio Brown is subject to change. Four days after announcing that he’d no longer play in the NFL, Brown has apparently contradicted himself, saying on Twitter: “I’m still the best why stop now.” Of course, the continuation of Brown’s NFL career currently isn’t up to him. While multiple teams apparently have [more]Four days after announcing that he’d no longer play in the NFL, Brown has apparently contradicted himself, saying on Twitter: “I’m still the best why stop now.

His animated flow earned him play in car speakers all across L.A., while his quick-witted and comedic lyricism in songs like “Acro” (“Jumped out the bed just to jump in yo’ bitch DM,” he raps) have brought him viral attention. Antonio Brown to Patriots , 'You Gotta Pay Me , Might As Well Let Me Ear…

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So, to be clear, there's practically zero chance Brown reunites with the Patriots. They may have to pay him - and even that is tremendously unclear - but they are not going to play him.

The Patriots have moved on with receivers Julian Edelman, Josh Gordon, Phillip Dorsett, Jakobi Meyers and Gunner Olszewski. But it's possible that they'll pursue Stefon Diggs or another top wideout on the trade market before the deadline hits later in October.

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Baker Mayfield Jabs Antonio Brown With Helmet Comment on Instagram

  Baker Mayfield Jabs Antonio Brown With Helmet Comment on Instagram Baker Mayfield Jabs Antonio Brown With Helmet Comment on InstagramMayfield posted a photo from his time at Oklahoma on Friday with the caption, "Just some undersized Walk On... Keep that same energy." He then noted Brown's string of controversies in response to a critical comment.

Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has a new look with a blonde mustache and blue and gold streaks in his hair. Brown and Roethlisberger didn’t have the kind of relationship Brown thinks they should have had off the field considering their They gotta pay me .5 million on March 17,” Brown said.

Antonio Brown : Patriots have to pay me , they may as well play me (92). It meant a whole lot to me to hear him say that publicly the other day. . . . If we don’t get to play in [another] regular-season game together, it was a privilege to be out there with him in the preseason and as well as in practice.”

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Michael Irvin Thinking Cowboys Should Sign, Wait For It, Antonio Brown .
The Dallas Cowboys are struggling, beat up, and in need of help. So, naturally, they just received some free advice. Cowboys legend Michael Irving expressed how worried he is about the team on 105.3 The Fan, and is thinking, maybe, just maybe, they should bring in a guy by the name of Antonio Brown. "Where we find help?” Irvin said, "I don't care. I don't care about media relations or a public-relations nightmare.” And then the Hall of FameSure, Dallas has lost three straight games, looks bad, is without Amari Cooper, and is facing the Eagles this weekend.

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