Antonio Brown to Return to NFL after the Week 8 Games?

NFL Antonio Brown Week 8 games New England Patriots

Antonio Brown may have left the NFL games but it won’t stay for long and he is bound to return at some point. While his agent Drew Rosenhaus said that a few teams are interested in the wide receiver, the deal will only take place once the legal matters are over and the star is clear from all the charges.

The same thing has been now confirmed by Brown himself where he first said that he will earn the money Patriots and Raiders owes him and now he has expressed to comeback to NFL very soon. There are two separate cases of sexual harassment going on against Antonio Brown and the verdict will be out after the NFL Week 8 break. If Brown is found innocent or there is no solid evidence against him, he will return to the NFL 2019 season soon.

Antonio Brown will Join after Clearance from NFL

Antonio Brown will Join after Clearance from NFL

The New England Patriots released Antonio Brown following the reports of the star sending threatening text messages to his second accuser. While the first sexual allegation report is filed by the former trainer of Brown, the second report is by a woman who painted a mural of him in 2017.

Both the cases are going in court and NFL committees are also investigating the same. Despite all that, Brown is still a free agent and can legally join any of the NFL team that offers a team. However, any team and even Brown will work on a new deal only after the NFL clears him of all the charges.

Raiders and Patriots owes Brown Money

Raiders and Patriots owes Brown Money

Antonio Brown has filed grievances against the Raiders and Patriots team for not paying his salary and removing him from their teams. While the total salary amount including the contract guarantee reaches $40 million, Brown will easily get some part of it. It is why he has offered the Patriots a chance to take him back and let him play for it.

The Patriots know that they have to pay Brown a huge sum and they are also looking for a wide receiver, so why not take the troubled star back. The only issue is about his court cases, Brown was totally professional on the field and did a great job of supporting Tom Brady.

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