Published: Fri, September 13, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

New England Patriots: Tom Brady focused on Antonio Brown the player

New England Patriots: Tom Brady focused on Antonio Brown the player

Britney Taylor filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of Florida on November 10 alleging that Brown harassed her, sexually assaulted her twice, and raped her once, according to Larry Brown Sports. Two incidents were said to happen in the same month of June 2017, while the other one was said to have happened nearly a year later in 2018.

Here is an absolute smorgasbord of videos from reporters in attendance at Brown's first practice in No. 17, which depict the receiver catching a fade from Tom Brady.

New England Patriots player Antonio Brown denies the rape accusations made against him by his former trainer.

On the flip side, Brown and his legal team have announced their intentions to countersue Taylor on all accounts, pleading his innocence in the civil suit of all alleged charges, and instead suggesting that Taylor and her family are merely looking for an easy financial windfall by levying these accusations against him.

Taylor and Brown met in college but lost touch for years until he reportedly reached out to her via Facebook. "I'm not going to get into my discussions with the Patriots and what may or may not have been discussed".

Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, has labelled Taylor's lawsuit as nothing more than a "money grab" and says that Brown will be fully cooperative during the investigation. Brown has worn No. 84 throughout his previous nine National Football League seasons, but that number is now being worn by Patriots tight end Ben Watson.

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Brown would, however, be eligible to continue being paid on the one-year deal he signed Monday with the Patriots that could pay him $15 million this season.

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".

Earlier on Wednesday, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was asked if Brown will play on Sunday against the Dolphins. We've looked into the situation and we're taking it very seriously all the way through the organization.

He offers a hypothetical rebuttal from Taylor's legal team, suggesting that Brown could enjoy bias or favoritism from law enforcement because of his status as a celebrity.

"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.

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