Antonio Brown Case May Influence Next NFL Bargaining Pact

By Michael Elkins (October 18, 2019, 2:16 PM EDT) -- When Antonio Brown was released by the Oakland Raiders, it was almost inevitable that he would land with the New England Patriots. Sure enough, almost immediately after his release, Brown was signed by New England.

New Englanders rejoiced, the prospect of a Tom Brady to Brown connection had Patriots fans (and the national media) harking back to 16-0 and a 2007 team that fell just short of perfection. The rest of the entire football world was less enthused. The so-called Evil Empire had struck again, and most were not pleased.

News of Brown's signing broke on Sept. 7. The next day,...

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