Antonio Brown set to meet with National Football League next week

Ross Houston
November 7, 2019

The NFL has scheduled a meeting with Antonio Brown for next week as part of its investigation into multiple accusations of sexual assault against the free-agent wide receiver, sources told ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Based on Anderson's report, it seems as though Brown is still being highly sought after by teams but are waiting to see how this whole investigation plays out.

The NFL is set to meet with wide receiver Antonio Brown.

Two women have accused Brown of varying degrees of sexual assault, ranging from forced kissing to rape.

Brown joined New England after demanding his release from the Oakland Raiders, a team he joined after demanding a trade from the Pittsburgh Steelers previous year.

It appeared that Brown was referencing trying to clear his name in reference to the allegations made against him, which ultimately cost him a job with the New England Patriots. They did release him on September 20, several days after Sports Illustrated published intimidating text messages Brown had allegedly sent to the second woman. The prospect of putting him on the Commissioner's Exempt list is not something the league has addressed and that's been cited as a reason why Brown has remained unsigned since being released by the Patriots after one game with the team.

Brown is a nine-year veteran, seven-time Pro Bowl selection and four-time first-team All-Pro, who has lead the National Football League in receiving yards and catches twice, and receiving touchdowns in 2018.

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