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Most catches all time in a player’s first six NFL seasons: 1. Jarvis Landry: 529 (and counting) 2. DeAndre Hopkins: 528 3. Antonio Brown: 526 4. Randy Moss: 525 5. Larry Fitzgerald: 524

Sources: Antonio Brown denies allegations from both accusers, he's complying with the NFL's requests, including those involving his phone where relevant, & his reps are asserting inconsistencies b/w the civil complaint filed in federal & state court impact accuser's credibility.

From NFL Now: The NFL's investigators are meeting today with free agent WR Antonio Brown, but this doesn't necessarily mean anything is ending any time soon.

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Antonio Brown reportedly is meeting with the NFL today to discuss a rape allegation made against him in a lawsuit. Here is what we know about the Brown case and the league's investigation:

Antonio Brown's recent twitter tirade was odd since his NFL hearing takes place today, but he's not without potentially persuasive legal defenses, including that worst accusation against him isn't based on sworn testimony. More on keys to today's hearing:

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Antonio Brown and the Patriots reached agreement on a 1-year deal worth up $15 million that includes a $9 million signing bonus, per source.

I feel sorry for Antonio Brown. He’s been blessed with amazing talent but he’s lost track of the fact that football is a team game. So is life. He thinks he’s the victim but he’s missing out on the real joy that comes from being part of a team. He’ll be the big loser in the end!

The #Patriots  have released WR Antonio Brown, as he indicated on Twitter. They have moved on.

Breaking: The Raiders have released Antonio Brown, the team has announced.

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Patriots released Antonio Brown. His stay in New England lasted one game.

BREAKING: Antonio Brown threatens to retire after Raiders team chef cuts his PB&J sandwich down the middle instead of diagonal

The Raiders have released WR Antonio Brown from the team today.

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