Antonio Brown Releases Private Text Messages From Agent Drew Rosenhaus, Calls Rosenhaus A ‘Fraud’ For Telling Him To Seek Medical Help
It seems like Antonio Brown is turning on his own agent Drew Rosenhaus.
On Thursday afternoon, Rosenhaus “conditionally” terminated his relationship with the troubled wide receiver and urged him to get seek psychiatric help in a letter that was sent to the NFLPA.
Per an NFLPA source, agent Drew Rosenhaus has informed Brown in writing that the relationship between the two men has been terminated, conditionally. The letter, per the source, explains that Rosenhaus will rescind the termination if Brown secures appropriate counseling within the next five days.
No termination of a client-agent relationship becomes official under NFLPA rules until a five-day waiting period has elapsed after the letter initiating the separation.
The goal, according to the source, is to persuade Brown to get the help he needs. If he doesn’t, he’ll have to find a new agent — and perhaps that agent will be able to help him through a stream of issues and challenges culminating in the recent incident with the mother of one or more of his children and Hollywood, Florida police.
Brown doesn’t want to listen to his now-former agent and proceeded to release a private text message where he calls Rosenhaus a “fraud” despite the fact that it seemed like Rosenhaus was genuinely trying to help him out.
Brown also said that he was going to send Rosenhaus a pallet of gummy dicks for cutting of their relationship
We’ll see how long Brown survives without an agent cleaning up his messes for him.