Patriots wouldn’t have signed Antonio Brown in the event that they knew of rape allegations


Had the New England Patriots recognized in regards to the rape allegations Antonio Brown was dealing with, crew proprietor Robert Kraft wouldn’t have green-lit signing the extensive receiver, in response to NFL Community.

The Patriots have been blindsided by the civil lawsuit Brown’s former coach Britney Taylor filed Tuesday in Florida as a result of representatives for Brown and Taylor have been in discussions for months and agreed to not reveal any particulars publicly till a go well with was filed.

These discussions have been settlement talks which began as early as April, in response to ESPN, which studies Brown declined to signal a settlement settlement with Taylor which might’ve seen him pay greater than $2 million to keep away from a lawsuit. ESPN studies settlement discussions included two mediations.

Brown had a 10 p.m. deadline final Sunday night time to signal the settlement, ESPN’s Jeff Darlington reported. That was a day after Brown was launched by the Raiders and agreed to a cope with the Patriots.

Taylor is scheduled to satisfy with NFL officers on Monday. Brown, 31, is formally energetic Sunday and can make his Patriots debut in opposition to the Dolphins.