ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Friday that Patriots huge receiver Antonio Brown is not going to be positioned on the Commissioner’s Exempt Record for his sexual assault allegations, making him eligible to take the sphere Sunday towards the Miami Dolphins.
At this level, NFL is not going to place Antonio Brown on commissioner exempt listing, as there is no such thing as a felony investigation, making him eligible to play Sunday vs. Miami, per sources. NFL has opened its investigation, which is able to embody interviews with Antonio Brown and his accuser.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 13, 2019
Whereas Brown gained’t be positioned on the Commissioner’s Exempt Record, the NFL remains to be opening an investigation into the sexual assault claims made towards Brown, Schefter reported.
Brown was accused of sexual assault by a former classmate and gymnast from Central Michigan College that he had employed to be his coach in 2017. The alleged incidents happened in each 2017 and 2018.
The Patriots acquired Brown on a one-year deal after the Oakland Raiders lower him Sept. 7 following a collection of incidents between the huge receiver and Raiders normal supervisor Mike Mayock.
Brown can be out there to play his first recreation of the 2019 NFL season in Miami, but it surely stays unclear how concerned he’ll be within the Patriots’ recreation plan, if in any respect.
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