Brown has been accused of sexual assault by another woman and he has a long list of other off-field issues, according to an article published on Monday by Robert Klemko of Sports Illustrated.
Britney Taylor, who accused Patriots receiver Antonio Brown of rape in a civil lawsuit filed last week, completed a meeting with league investigators on Monday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Brown invited the artist to come to his home to create another painting of him, according to the report, arranging for transportation from NY to western Pennsylvania.
The meeting lasted about 10 hours, finishing at 10 p.m., the source said, declining to provide details of what Britney Taylor and National Football League officials discussed.
It's hard to imagine the Patriots' front office would be happy with Brown keeping the allegations under wrap, as this team has to deal with a profound controversy surrounding former tight end Aaron Hernandez. He caught a ball on his first play with the Patriots - he entered on the second play of the game after not starting - then later had a great back-shoulder catch for his first Patriots touchdown.More news: Chris Hemsworth to remain star of ‘Thor’ franchise
Brown was signed by the Patriots shortly after his release by the Raiders.
Brown's decision not to sign the settlement came around the same time that he agreed to a deal with the New England Patriots, which his agent revealed September 7 and was formalized Monday.
The New England Patriots are yet to decide if Antonio Brown will feature in their Week 2 match against Miami.
"I haven't talked to anybody in the organization" about an investigation into Antonio Brown, Harbaugh said. As spelled out in the personal conduct policy, a player may be placed on the exempt list when he is criminally charged with a crime of violence or if commissioner Roger Goodell believes a person violated the policy.
There were also some signs pregame of the distractions Brown can bring.More news: ‘I would be thrilled if Neymar came back,’ says Barcelona’s Messi
A former gymnast, Taylor met Brown in 2010 when they were paired as Bible study partners at the Central Michigan University chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, according to the lawsuit.
Hanson said: "We are just trying to make a difference in the world".
His four catches netted a team-high 56 receiving yards and one in every of Tom Brady's two passing ratings, the diverse going to James White.More news: Big Bang Theory streaming exclusive with HBO Max in $1 billion deal
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