Antonio Brown took the field Sunday for the first time with his new team and helped lead the Patriots to a 43-0 win against the Dolphins.
But what would a day be without some or two of Antonio Brown drama.
Following the game, Brown ducked his mandatory postgame media obligation, that states the following:
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.
The move wasn’t likely aimed at prohibiting the media from asking about Brown’s ongoing sexual assault investigation that stemmed from a lawsuit filed last week when he signed with the Patriots.
Antonio Brown has “already left” so there will be no postgame comments from him.
— Tom E. Curran (@tomecurran) September 15, 2019
Regardless, Brown will likely be fined by the NFL.