NFL exploring episode including Antonio Brown before Buccaneers marking WR
The NFL is checking on an episode including Tampa Bay Buccaneers collector Antonio Brown in which police say the WR crushed a surveillance camera and tossed a bike at a safety officer shack at his gated network in Hollywood, Florida, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero revealed Tuesday.
The episode, which happened on Oct. 15, fourteen days before Tampa Bay marked Brown, was first revealed by The Miami Herald. Earthy colored was not charged after the occurrence, however Hollywood police decided it had reasonable justification to accuse him of wrongdoing criminal naughtiness, per the Herald.
It's not satisfactory whether the Buccaneers knew about Brown's most recent disagreement with police before marking him to a one-year bargain on Oct. 27, Pelissero detailed.
The Bucs delivered the accompanying assertion Monday following The Herald's report: "We know about the detailed episode including Antonio Brown preceding his marking. At the point when Antonio went along with us, we were clear about what we expected and expected of him. Hitherto, he has met all the desires we have set up."
Earthy colored as of late served an eight-game suspension. The group didn't know about the occurrence preceding reestablishing Brown, per Pelissero.
This episode is the most recent in a line of off-the-field issues including the Buccaneers collector. Earthy colored's eight-game suspension originated from two separate episodes: a lawful offense battery charge for assaulting a transporter, for which Brown took a supplication bargain; and a sexual unfortunate behavior case including a lady. The alliance additionally keeps on checking a common case in Florida, in which an alternate lady blamed Brown for assault and rape. A consultation all things considered is set for Jan. 11, less fourteen days after the finish of the 2020 standard season.
Earthy colored is liable to additional control from the association in the event that it discovers he submitted additional infringement of the individual lead strategy.
In two games played for the Buccaneers, Brown has logged 78 hostile snaps and got 10 balls on 13 focuses for 100 yards.