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Patriots sign WR Antonio Brown hours after his release by Raiders

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1 year, 15 million. Okay, I'm shocked about that. 

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5 minutes ago, Classic said:

How the hell do Pats keep doing this? Good players keep falling in their laps over and over again

Because they cheat

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New England is where he wanted to be all along. AB and Drew both have connections there. When Pitts first gave AB permission, they both called multiple people in New England. 

AB never planned to play a down with Oakland. Never. 


 

 

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I'm not surprised at all that teams were willing to sign him. I'm surprised he got that much money, though.

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LMAO did Antonio Brown just play the hell out of the NFL?

Escaped the Steelers and Raiders to go to a perennial winner. 

 

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1 minute ago, aceinthehouse said:

Because they cheat

I don't really think that's what happened here....

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5 minutes ago, candyman93 said:

This makes me happy.

 

Hope he torched Pittsburgh.

He’s not eligible this weekend.

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100 % all orchestrated by the Cheatriots

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2 minutes ago, aceinthehouse said:

Because they cheat

How is this cheating?

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1 minute ago, ET80 said:

No, he'll get cut. Patriots don't cover stuff up, they'll leave you hanging.

Well, that’s literally something you can’t possibly know. 

Based on what we’ve seen, I can’t see AB signing somewhere where he doesn’t think he’ll be able to get some kind of special treatment. If the story is to be believed, that’s exactly why he wanted out of Pittsburgh.

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