• Antonio Brown says he's done with the NFL

    By: Stacey Leissing


    It's been a wild ride for Antonio Brown this summer, and after being released from the New England Patriots on Friday, he tweeted Sunday morning that he won't be playing in the NFL anymore.



    Brown was released by the Oakland Raiders on Sept. 7 before he ever played a game. But the Pats signed the wide receiver on Sept. 9 to a 1-year, $15 million deal, which attracted a lot of attention.

    One day later on Sept. 10, Brown's off-field troubles continued, as he was accused of rape by former trainer, Britney Taylor, who filed a civil lawsuit.

    This week, Brown was accused in a Sports Illustrated story of making unwanted sexual advances to another woman, who claims Brown sent her threatening text messages.

    In total, Brown lasted 11 days and his only stats as a Patriot came in last Sunday's game at Miami, where he recorded 4 catches for 56 yards and 1 touchdown.

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