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Sport The NFL still hasn’t interviewed Antonio Brown

17:20  01 november  2019
17:20  01 november  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

Michael Irvin Thinking Cowboys Should Sign, Wait For It, Antonio Brown

  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.

Antonio Brown 's de facto unpaid suspension continues. Fifteen days after it was reported that the NFL had not yet interviewed Brown in connection with the pending investigation regarding claims of sexual assault and rape made against him in a civil lawsuit, the NFL still hasn ’ t interviewed Brown .

NFL investigators still have not secured an interview with Antonio Brown , despite the star wideout’s case now entering its fourth week, a source The source added that the NFL ’s probe will remain open “indefinitely” until Brown cooperates or there is a resolution to the civil lawsuit brought against him by

The de facto unpaid suspension of Antonio Brown continues.

The Patriots released Antonio Brown on Sept. 20, 2019.© ASSOCIATED PRESS The Patriots released Antonio Brown on Sept. 20, 2019.

The league is investigating Brown under the Personal Conduct Policy, based on allegations of sexual assault and rape contained in a civil lawsuit filed on September 10. He has not been arrested or charged, and there’s currently no reason to believe he will ever face criminal charges.

The NFL nevertheless has the power to explore the situation and to discipline Brown, if it concludes that he engaged in the conduct of which he is accused. But the league also has the power to put Brown on paid leave, and the league’s refusal to tell teams whether he’d be placed on paid leave if signed by a new team is keeping teams from signing him.

Drew Rosenhaus: ‘I fully expect’ Antonio Brown to play again this season

  Drew Rosenhaus: ‘I fully expect’ Antonio Brown to play again this season Antonio Brown has yet to catch on with another NFL team after the New England Patriots unceremoniously cut him loose on Sept. 20 after a brief 11-day stint. © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY SportsDespite the myriad red flags, there are teams that reportedly remain interested in the talented-but-mercurial wide receiver. Perhaps that is why Brown’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, expressed total confidence Tuesday that his client will play again in the NFL this season. Rosenhaus made his comments on Brown’s future during an appearance Tuesday on CNBC’s “Squawk Alley.”“I do expect Antonio to play again this season,” Rosenhaus said.

Antonio Brown 's de facto unpaid suspension continues. Fifteen days after it was reported that the NFL had not yet interviewed Brown in connection with the pending investigation regarding claims of sexual assault and rape made against him in a civil lawsuit, the NFL still hasn ' t interviewed Brown .

NFL investigators still have not secured an interview with Antonio Brown , despite the star wideout’s case now entering its fourth week, a source The source added that the NFL ’s probe will remain open “indefinitely” until Brown cooperates or there is a resolution to the civil lawsuit brought against him by

The NFL has yet to interview Brown, which will be perhaps the most important step in reaching a conclusion as to whether he officially should be suspended without pay. The problem for Brown is that the league’s refusal to say whether he’d be placed on paid leave if signed, coupled with the lingering investigation, puts him on suspension without pay.

Brown seemed to vent regarding the situation earlier today, tweeting this: “NFL investigation oh don’t make me laugh.” That may not be the best way to curry favor with those who will eventually be determining whether to suspend him, but it’s hard to blame him for being frustrated.

After Thursday morning rant, Antonio Brown backtracks on comments .
Brown took to social media Thursday morning with an expletive-laden rant calling out the NFL. In an attempt at damage control later in the day, Brown clarified his stance. I'm just very frustrated right now with the false allegations and slander to my name. I love football and I miss it. I just want to play and I'm very emotional about that. I'm determined to make my way back to the NFL asap— AB (@AB84) November 7, 2019Calling out the NFL in the manner we saw earlier on Thursday is not going to help matters for Brown.

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