Following his release from the New England Patriots after week 2 of the NFL season, and a strange situation where he appeared to threaten the woman who is currently accusing him of sexual assault, AB took to Twitter to announce that he was done with the NFL — and also blasted a few names on the way out.
He also called out Patriots owner Robert Kraft, referring back to his case in Florida for soliciting sexual acts while attending a massage parlor. The now-deleted tweet read, “Kraft got caught in the parlor, AB speculations fired different strokes, different folks, clearly.”
Brown recently filed an NFL record nine grievances in an effort to recoup all of the money he lost from firings and fines.
During his live rant — or “talk,” as he called it —he notes that the Patriots still have to pay him, so they might as well let him earn it. It’s not clear if he is saying the Patriots owe him money from the contract he signed or if he thinks they are going to owe him money via the grievances that were filed. That has not been deciphered yet.
Thus far, neither team has paid AB as they wait for the NFL to conclude their investigation into sexual assault allegations filed against him.
Jeff Howe, beat reporter for the New England Patriots, says it’s incredibly unlikely Brown ever comes back to New England to play for the Patriots.
#NFLTwitter Reacts To The New England Patriots Releasing Antonio Brown
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How the Patriots did Antonio Brown pic.twitter.com/4qMBNQi3gi— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) September 20, 2019
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BREAKING: 🚨 Antonio Brown already has at least 1 team reaching out for his services. pic.twitter.com/eJNsIbPMfl— DC (@DylansRawTake) September 20, 2019
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When Antonio Brown see Tom Brady and Belichick https://t.co/M7pvbnNBvB— Josiah Johnson (@KingJosiah54) September 20, 2019
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Antonio Brown in the next team’s office trying to get a contract and the GM checks Twitter:pic.twitter.com/bWjyMcQpmk— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 20, 2019
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If Antonio Brown does not wind up receiving his $9M signing bonus from the Patriots (the first $5M was due to be paid on Monday), he will go from a $30M guarantee in March to $9M guaranteed to just $158,333 made for 2019.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) September 20, 2019
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Text from another #Patriots player about Antonio Brown's release. "Let's beat the Jets."— Mike Giardi (@MikeGiardi) September 20, 2019
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