According to Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, the receiver signed a one-year deal, which will guarantee him $9 million this season and the potential to earn as much as $15 million. "He wasn't gonna play for anyone this weekend, so I didn't spend a lot of time thinking about it or dwelling on it", he said. "This is really no risk". But this loss to New England takes their slow start to a whole new level. If Brown can just play football (and this is far from a sure thing after all we've seen this summer), the Patriots might be unbeatable.
"I just can't wait for him to come in, and I can't wait to work with him", Dorsett said. Whether they're roommates or not, Brady will be aiming for something better with his new teammate.
"We got field position out of the kicking game, moved the ball on offense and held them to three points on defense, so give the players the credit". Brown reportedly had a heated exchange with Raiders general manager Mike Mayock and also released a video of a private telephone conversation with Gruden. Khalil Mack, Amari Cooper, and now Brown (among others) have all been trundled off since 2018. You guessed it - the Patriots. Any explanation why the team is unrecognizable when they play at New England?
There was never any doubt in any of his attempts, all of which hit right down the middle. However, they also needed only to take a trip down to the visitors' locker room to see what it looks like when the Antonio Brown experience goes south. Just a year ago, they signed Josh Gordon after he sat out the previous two seasons for violating the NFL's drug policy. Some didn't - Haynesworth lasted all of six games before being released.
"I didn't agree with (the signing) because, as a Patriot, you have to sacrifice", former Patriots safety Rodney Harrison told NBC. "I'm not specifically anxious about anything relative to Antonio Brown".
Brown is getting a second chance - or is it third? - chance in New England, but it might be more of a half-chance.
"Yeah, no", Belichick, who twice successfully shot down questions about Brown throughout his press conference, said the first time he was asked for a comment on Brown.
Rice, in a radio interview with 95.7 The Game in San Francisco, said he believes that Brown wanted to end up with the Patriots all along - even before he was traded to Oakland.