On Friday afternoon, the New England Patriots decided to move on from wide receiver Antonio Brown. He signed with the Patriots less than two weeks ago, but found himself looking for a new team after a series of allegations.
When the Oakland Raiders released Brown, several teams were interested in acquiring the talented wide receiver.
Now that he's a free agent again, is there interest? No.
According to NFL insider Tom Pelissero, one of the teams rumored to have interest in Brown when he was first released by the Raiders reached out and said "not interested."
The decision to cut Brown comes in the wake of a report from Sports Illustrated reporter Robert Klemko. He published text messages Brown allegedly sent his accuser.
According to the report from Klemko, Brown's accuser said Brown sent her "threatening" messages after she accused the star wide receiver of sexual assault.
Brown played just one game with the Patriots. He pulled in four receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown in the team's win over Miami last Sunday.
However, his stay in New England lasted less than a week and now he's in search of a new team. The NFL announced Brown could be subject to a suspension if/when he signs with a new team.