By Ryan Gaydos| Fox News
A former trainer for Antonio Brown has accused him of sexual assault and rape. The allegation happened when he was a Pittsburgh Steeler, but the now New England Patriot is in hot water.
A rape claim against superstar wide receiver Antonio Brown could possibly bring an end to a career that has seen almost everything — from wide-ranging success to outbursts and on-field disputes to several lawsuits off the field.
There is no doubt that Brown is a generational type wide receiver who has been the best, or at least one of the best, players at his position for several years.
Brown, who played his entire career with the Pittsburgh Steelers until he was traded to the Oakland Raiders in 2019 and later cut and signed by the New England Patriots (in a matter of hours), has been selected to the Pro Bowl seven times and was named an All-Pro four times.
In seven of his nine seasons, Brown has recorded more than 1,000 yards receiving. He’s caught more than 100 passes in six straight seasons and led the league in touchdown catches with 18 in 2018, his final year with the Steelers.
But for every amazing accolade Brown has received, there appears to be an equal amount of drama to go with it — from outbursts to serious criminal allegations, which all started in his final seasons with the Steelers and bled to his off season stint with Oakland this summer.
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