The Patriots have moved on from the Antonio Brown saga, however the disgruntled receiver continues to be holding out hope. 

In a stay video that streamed Wednesday on Instagram, Brown advised the group re-sign him.

“You guys that follow the Patriots, tell them to call me,” Brown mentioned. “They’ve still got to pay me, so might as well let me earn it.”

Brown is referring to the grievances and appeals he filed final month, which complete greater than $61 million he believes he’s owed from the Raiders and Patriots.

“The Patriots have to pay me,” Brown mentioned. “They may as well play me.”

Brown, who initially was traded from the Steelers to the Raiders in March earlier than being minimize by Oakland, was launched by New England simply 11 days into his deal on Sept. 20 after he despatched threatening textual content messages to the girl who accused him final month of sexual misconduct in 2017.

Brown has additionally been named in a civil lawsuit filed by Britney Taylor, his former coach, wherein she says Brown sexually assaulted her twice in 2017 and raped her in 2018.

Two days after his launch by the Patriots, Brown tweeted he “will not be playing” within the NFL anymore and referenced the assured cash he is misplaced up to now from each the Patriots and Raiders. In a separate, since-deleted tweet, Brown likened his authorized scenario to Patriots proprietor Robert Kraft’s misdemeanor cost of soliciting a prostitute final winter.

After Brown’s Twitter tirade, an ESPN source said Kraft is “by no means writing that verify, it doesn’t matter what the ruling is now.”

According to Yahoo Sports, Brown’s grievances may run deep into 2020. He’s unlikely to play till its resolved.

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