The Patriots released wide receiver Antonio Brown on Friday, the team announced.
With a sexual assault lawsuit looming over Antonio Brown, the wide receiver practiced for the New England Patriots Wednesday wearing the number one. Even though Brown is the top story in sports right now, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady seemed annoyed with questions regarding Brown. ...read more
The MMQB’s Albert Breer tweeted Friday morning that, “Antonio Brown has created more public relations problems for the Patriots in a week-and-a-half than he did in nine years for the Steelers.” Breer tells SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell how he expects the New England ...read more
Antonio Brown’s fall from grace has reached new lows after the New England Patriots released Brown on Friday. He went on a Twitter tirade, saying he’s done with the NFL while taking shots at Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. While ...read more
While New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown has practiced and worked out at the TB12 facility, Dan Patrick reports that the NFL won’t place Brown on the commissioner’s exempt list. With all signs pointing to the receiver playing on Sunday, SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and ...read more
Former Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio thinks wide receiver Antonio Brown will be a "pain in the a--" for the team to deal with this season. Will Brown be worth the potential drama? SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Madelyn Burke weigh in. ...read more
The Pittsburgh Steelers are believed to be moving quickly in an effort to trade disgruntled wide receiver Antonio Brown. ...read more