It seems that NFL pipe dream at 2019 with Brown Brown.
The broad receiver is not expected to repeat this season “preventing significant events,” according to ESPN. The report comes as Brown has to meet with the NFL on Thursday as part of his investigation into the series of sexual assault claims made against the 31-year-old free agent of his age, who was playing with him. of Patriots in Week 2.
Three staff are in contact with Brown, against ESPN, but the NFL is ready to place Brown on the commissioner's exempt list if he is signed by a team. Brown would pay but he would not be able to play if he had been signed and listed.
According to ESPN, some teams believe that the league could take control of Brown after completing his investigation. Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus told ESPN that he thinks Brown will be back in 2019.
“I am confident that Antonio will be playing again this season,” Rosenhaus said. “I believe it should be cleared by the NFL after interview this week and I hope that it will be signed shortly afterwards.”
Brown went on Twitter tours against the NFL Thursday, at one point writing, “F-k @nfl.” Afterwards he made a revolt, saying he was frustrated and he wanted to go back in the league.
He was back on Twitter on Sunday morning with this message to his fans: “Retweeted if u want me to return to @nfl as I should wait until 2020 !!!!!”