Antonio Brown enrolls in college, goes 'Back to School'

Antonio Brown once again stunned the world, as he enrolled in online degree completion course at his Alma mater, Central Michigan.


Free-agent wide receiver published a photo with his schedule and the caption "Back to school," tagging his university's athletic department on Instagram. According to, he will take management, English, religion, and sociology classes. Brown never graduated from Central Michigan as he found his place in the NFL in 2009. Brown was cut from the New England Patriots after he allegedly sent intimidating text messages to the woman who claims that he sexually assaulted her in 2017.

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This Monday NFL interviewed Britney Taylor, who first accused Brown of sexual assault. She claims that former NFL star attacked her twice before finally raping her. Brown denies the allegations. At the moment, he is also seeking to sue both the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots, believing that they own him close to $40 million. Both teams refused to give him his guaranteed money, referring to his behavior off the field.


While his agent Drew Rosenhaus told ESPN that his client has offers from a few teams, experts claim that none of them will sign him before the investigation ends. The league already announced that he wouldn't be placed on the Commissioner's Exempt List as long as he stays a free agent.


The situation is even more complicated because not only Brown enrolled in classes, but also because on Sunday morning he tweeted that he will never play in NFL again. He complained that the team owners could do whatever they want to, talking about the money they refuse to pay him.


In the meantime, the league also interviewed Brown's second accuser last Friday, but it's currently unknown how long will be the investigation and when can we expect the verdict.

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