Patriots release Antonio Brown after another sexual misconduct accusation
Antonio Brown was released by the Patriots on Friday after a second woman accused him of sexual misconduct. New England is the third team in seven months to tire of the off-field behavior that has overshadowed his accomplishments as one of the NFL's most prolific receivers for a decade.
The defending Super Bowl champions announced the move in a statement emailed to reporters, three minutes after Brown posted on Twitter: "Thank you for the opportunity @Patriots #GoWinIt."
Brown has been accused of rape in a lawsuit by a former trainer. He also faces allegations that he exposed himself to an artist he hired to paint a mural at his home. Brown has denied the accusations.Read the full article
- © Copyright 2000 - 2019 Fox Television Stations, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Giants rout Red Sox 11-3, giving Bochy 2,000th winRead the full article
Santa Clara votes to end 49ers authority over non-NFL events at Levi's Stadium
Members of the Santa Clara Stadium Authority voted Tuesday to end an agreement that allowed the San Francisco 49ers to manage Levi's Stadium, the team's home, for events other than of NFL events.
The authority said it ended the agreement because of alleged infractions that include certain misrepresentations to the authority, failing to pay prevailing wages and the failure to manage the stadium properly and maximize financial performance.
For example, members of the authority allege the team booked events that lost millions of dollars rather than events that make money such as soccer games, weekend concerts and corporate events.Read the full article
Two dead, 8 injured in South Carolina bar shooting
Passenger strips, touches himself next to rideshare driver
Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes amid vaping-related illnesses and deaths
49ers file suit against City of Santa Clara over Levi's Stadium dispute
Berkeley burglary suspect featured in "Wanted" posters in custody