Antonio Brown and Britney Taylor were in confidential legal talks for months

Antonio Brown and Britney Taylor were in confidential legal talks for months

Antonio Brown's former trainer Britney Taylor filed a lawsuit against him this week, claiming that Brown sexual assaulted her in 2017 and 2018.

Brown and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, on the other hand, had reason to believe that something was in the works.

"The NFL has an investigation to conduct, and I guess the Patriots are going to defer the league", Schefter said, via NESN's Mike Cole.

If there was a team and players that could deal with the distraction known as Antonio Brown it is Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

Brown has denied the allegations.

One of the highest profile athletes in sports was accused Tuesday of three counts of sexual assault, and the alleged victim is a Memphis native.

"Antonio takes these allegations very seriously", Rosenhaus said.

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When a reporter asked Brady whether he had any comment on the allegations, Brady replied, "No". He agreed to a contract with New England on Saturday but has yet to play for the Patriots.

But no, his helmet once again captured some attention at Patriots practice this week.

Ed Griffith, the public information officer for the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office, said in a statement that "having reviewed our records, we found no prior police investigative contacts regarding these allegations or these individuals".

No offense Josh Gordon, but the numbers Brown has put up during his days with the Pittsburgh Steelers makes him a lethal weapon for Brady if the two get on the same page and if the controversial receiver actually suits up for the New England Patriots.

In a statement through his attorney, Darren Heitner, Brown denies "each and every allegation" and "any sexual interaction with Mr". Brown intends to countersue, according to ESPN.

Brown was originally traded from Pittsburgh to Oakland in the offseason.

Taylor said she went back to Brown's home to use the bathroom after a night out in Miami. But a freaky foot injury, fight with the National Football League over his helmet, skipped practices, multiple fines, a run-in with general manager Mike Mayock and his social media posts ultimately led to the decision to release him.

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