Antonio Brown seems dead set on being without a team for the remainder of the year, because NFL investigators still have not secured an interview with him despite him having all the time in the world to get this done and over with.
Via Yahoo Sports:
“…a source familiar with the league’s probe of sexual assault allegations against Brown said Tuesday night. 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 his former trainer.
The source refused to characterize why Brown hasn’t interviewed yet, saying only that Brown is “well aware” that NFL officials want to meet with him before wrapping up their work.”
Three days after signing a 1-year deal with the New England Patriots hours after being cut by the Oakland Raiders — Britney Taylor filed a civil lawsuit against him, alleging Brown sexually assaulted her twice in 2017 and accused Brown of raping her in 2018.
On top of that, the league is also investigating a second woman’s claims to Sports Illustrated of sexual misconduct by Brown in 2017. That situation got worse when Brown allegedly sent harassing text messages to that accuser, which caused the Patriots to release him from the roster.
The free agent WR would soon take to Twitter and take shots at Robert Kraft, Ben Roethlisberger, the SI Reporter, get into a Twitter spat with Rams safety Eric Weddle and Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield.
Brown is said to be preparing to file grievances against the Raiders and Patriots to try to recoup about $61 million in lost wages.