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September 25, 2019

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If former Patriots receiver Antonio Brown wants his $9 million signing bonus, he’s going to have to fight for it.

Per a league source, the Patriots did not pay Brown $5 million, the first installment of the signing bonus, on or before the Monday deadline specified in his contract. (READ MORE) by Mike Florio | Pro Football Talk

Former New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown appeared in South Florida on Tuesday for a deposition after he was accused of throwing furniture from his condo balcony and trashing his place in April 2018.

Video from the Sunny Isles condo complex, first obtained by WSVN-TV, shows furniture falling from the sky and into the pool and onto the pool deck. (READ MORE) by Ryan Gaydos | Fox News

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was the one who made the decision to sign Antonio Brown. According to Ryen Russillo of The Ringer, Belichick acted alone in signing Brown and he did not consult with anyone, including team owner Robert Kraft.

“From what I’ve heard, Belichick just did this completely on his own,” Russillo said on The Ryen Russillo Podcast via 247Sports. “When Brown was (cut by the Raiders), Drew Rosenhaus calls Bill (and says), ‘Let’s figure this out,’ and Bill’s like, ‘Done.’ But Belichick didn’t consult anybody else and just did it.” (READ MORE) by Brian Jones | Pop Culture

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