Antonio Brown's NFL career may be over after release from the Patriots
- The New England Patriots released star wide receiver on Friday after just 11 days and one game.
- The move came after the latest set of allegations in which Brown was accused of sending intimidating text messages to a woman who had accused him of sexual misconduct.
- Brown was likely headed to the commissioner's exempt list as the league investigated whether Brown had violated the Personal Conduct Policy.
- People around the NFL have already begun speculating that Brown's NFL career is over.
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The New England Patriots released star wide receiver Antonio Brown, and now people around the NFL are speculating that his career could be over.Read more: Antonio Brown released from Patriots after one game as wild, tumultuous year continues
Fox insider Jay Glazer wouldn't say Brown's career is over but did agree that, at the very least, he is going to be unemployed for a while."There were only a couple teams who showed interest in Antonio Brown before he signed with Pats, that list will probably be whittled down to zero for the foreseeable future," Glazer wrote.
The release came after the latest set of allegations in which a woman accused Brown of sending her intimidating text messages. That woman, an artist, was at the center of earlier allegations in which she accused Brown of sexual misconduct after he hired her to complete a mural in his home.
The text messages attributed to Brown were considered by many to harassing and intimidating.
Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, released a statement saying Brown looks forward to joining another team."It's unfortunate things didn't work out with the Patriots," Rosenhaus wrote. "But Antonio is healthy and is looking forward to his next opportunity in the NFL. He wants to play the game he loves and he hopes to play for another team soon."
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