Antonio Brown: Released by the Raiders, Sign $15 million contract with Patriots
Antonio Brown signs with Patriots hours after being released by the Raiders
What NFL fans worldwide dreaded is really occurring: Antonio Brown will catch goes from Tom Brady this season. Following his discharge from the Oakland Raiders on Saturday, Brown has chosen to sign with the New England Patriots, he affirmed on Instagram.
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Brown won’t play against his previous team on Sunday night when the Patriots have the Steelers, however is relied upon to be prepared to go Week 2 when the Patriots play the Dolphins in Miami.
Brown is set to make up to $15 million on a one-year manage the Patriots, including a $9 million marking reward, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.
Brown was allowed to sign with any group in the class at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, and it didn’t take him long to consent to terms with the authoritative Super Bowl champions, who just so happen to confront his previous group in the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. Darker won’t be qualified to play in the game, be that as it may, as he was not on the list starting at 4 p.m.
Antonio Brown’s YouTube video post demonstrates his proceeded with sporadic conduct. It incorporates some NSFW language with inscriptions and a private phone discussion with Raiders lead trainer Jon Gruden.
The agent for Antonio Brown called joining the New England Patriots an “amazing opportunity” for the star wide receiver and said his client’s goal going forward is to achieve something missing from his illustrious NFL career — a Super Bowl title.
“I’ll just tell you that the Patriots are obviously a very solid, strong organization,” said Rosenhaus, who also represented now-retired Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. “They do things the Patriots Way. They expect everyone to be accountable.
They don’t make any exceptions. I’ve discussed this with Antonio. And he wants to be a Patriot. He’s prepared to go there, fit in, work hard, be like every other player on the team, do what’s asked of him, do his job and make it work. He’s honored with the opportunity and he’s looking forward to taking advantage of it.“