got into a thing with Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and he mentioned the
prostitution scandal. Well, it looks like the troubled player apologized for
being released from the Patriots last month, Brown took a shot at Kraft, and
closed the door for a return.
On Friday, Brown was answering questions, and one user asked him to apologize to Kraft. What did Brown say? According to him, he had already apologized.
“Just apologise to RKK, settle ur cases and get back on the Pats. Set it on fire!” the user wrote.
“All love apology given just thought they cared about the substance true essence of a man not just create media hype to bring me down but history for us learn,” he responded.
Brown’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, denied the accusation
against his client.
“The moment I learned about the lawsuit, Antonio and I have been
unfortunately anticipating this possibility. What I want to emphasize is that
Antonio takes these allegations very seriously,” Rosenhaus said. “He is a
loving father. Five children, including a daughter. I, myself am a father, and
I have two daughters that I love very much along with my wife. I wouldn’t be
doing this interview if I didn’t believe Antonio.
“I believe these allegations are false. He denies every one of them, I am very confident that his legal team has facts that will prove this. All we can ask for is that people keep in mind that this a civil matter. This is not a criminal matter…I’ve been an NFL agent for 30 years and my concern is that people judge Antonio without knowing the facts.”
zero chance for Brown to return to the NFL as a Patriot. “Even without
that impediment to his return to the NFL, a New England reunion remains a
longshot. Apart from the lawsuit that would have kept the team from signing him
in the first place if it had been filed before the deal was done, Brown’s
threatening texts sent to a second accuser resulted in his release from the
Patriots, and his subsequent Twitter attack on Patriots owner Robert Kraft
presumably vaporized the bridge.”