The Patriots Release Antonio Brown After New Sexual Assault Allegations
After standing by the player for a week and a half, the New England Patriots cut wide receiver Antonio Brown Friday afternoon.
A day after the Patriots signed the star receiver, a woman who had worked for him as a trainer accused Brown of sexual assault and rape in a lawsuit.
Since then, another allegation has surfaced, and the Patriots say it’s best to move in a different direction.
WBUR Weekend Edition’s John Carpillio spoke with ESPN.com’s Mike Reiss to talk about what this means for Brown and the Patriots moving forward.
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