Published: Fri, January 17, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Drew Rosenhaus conditionally terminates relationship with Antonio Brown

Drew Rosenhaus conditionally terminates relationship with Antonio Brown

Rosenhaus wrote a letter to the NFL Players Association saying that he'd still like to work with Brown in the future but not until the wide receiver gets help, Schefter adds. Police were responding to a domestic incident at Brown's home.

Brown's attorney Darren Heitner has also removed himself as counsel for Brown. Brown has continued to take shots at teams and players throughout the season, and was last on an active roster in Week 2 with New England.

However, it would appear that Brown's latest outburst was the final straw for Rosenhaus. If he doesn't, he'll have to find a new agent - and perhaps that agent will be able to help him through a stream of issues and challenges culminating in the recent incident with the mother of one or more of his children and Hollywood, Florida police.

In grievances filed through the NFLPA, Brown is attempting to force the Patriots and Oakland Raiders to pay him about $40 million in voided guarantees, unpaid salaries and fines.

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Since leaving the Steelers previous year, Brown has been accused rape and sexual assault, fell out with the Oakland Raiders, and got released from the New England Patriots after Monday Morning Quarterback reported Brown harassed his sexual assault accuser in a group text.

Brown has continued to take shots at the National Football League and various teams and players via social media this season, including jabs last month at former Steelers teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster and Raiders quarterback Derek Carr.

The NFL has not concluded that investigation.

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