Antonio Brown has made headlines all week long but it doesn’t appear that he has any interest in speaking to the media.
Earlier this week, Brown was accused of committing sexual assault by his former Brittney Taylor in a lawsuit filed in Florida. Taylor is set to talk to the league later this week, as well an unnamed “NFL rookie” who was named as a witness in the lawsuit.
Today Brown made his debut with the Patriots and had himself a solid game in his first game back this season.
After the game, Brown ducked the media and left the stadium before any reporters were able to talk to him.
Brown could face punishment from the NFL for violating the league’s mandatory media policy.
1. POST-GAME ACCESS – After a reasonable waiting period, defined as 10-12 minutes maximum after the completion of the game and the players have entered the locker room, the home and visiting team locker room areas will be opened to all accredited media with immediate access to all players and the head coach.
We’ll see how the NFL decides to handle the matter but there’s a good chance he gets fined a hefty amount the same way Marshawn Lynch got fined when he avoided the media back in 2014.