Antonio Brown's Agent Says WR Ready To 'Make It Work' With Patriots

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There isn't much about the short-lived Antonio Brown-Oakland Raiders marriage that isn't odd and in some ways unprecedented in the NFL. There was no need to worry, though.

Plenty of problems and if one coach in the market can handle it it's Bill Belichick. While the move may appear serendipitous to most, Jerry Rice isn't buying it.

The Patriots have added a star wide receiver in Antonio Brown.

How to Antonio Brown end up in Oakland, anyway?

Brown replies, "Just a villain all over the news, man". "We've got 12 rookies, we've got a lot to be excited about, and I wish Antonio the very best".

I'm not sure if I've seen someone hurt their reputation more in a short amount of time than Brown has.

According to multiple reports, the Raiders had yet to pay Brown any money.

So all of these could be brushed under the rug, Brown could be the ideal teammate and football player in New England and everything will work out.

"For me, initially it was a culture shock", Gordon said. So obviously I'm not thrilled with how this all played out.

By now you've heard the news, Raider Nation. Even if he came to the San Francisco 49ers, he's not gonna be one of those guys to come in and really hurt this team.

Brown doesn't get his number and then starts drama.

The Pittsburgh Steelers put out a miserable performance on Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He also added one catch for 28 yards, making him the first running back to notch over 100 yards from scrimmage in his National Football League debut since Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson did it in 2001. His teammates soon followed.

Brown had an eventful few months in Oakland after getting frostbite on his feet which prevented him from training, refusing to practice because of the NFL's new helmets and getting into an altercation with new Raiders general manager Mike Mayock after he fined him.

Did Antonio Brown want to be a Patriot all along? And, yeah, that's a big part of the explosive reaction to the way Brown wiggled out of his deal in Oakland.

The Dolphins now get to face Brown twice a year and that means that Xavien Howard will have more opportunity to chase down Tom Brady passes.

Adam Schefter of EPSN tweeted about potential collusion yesterday.

Smith said that Brown and everyone associated with him should be ashamed of himself while also saying the New England Patriots wide receiver is setting a bad example for black people. The Steelers allegedly wouldn't go for it, because the Pats are a rival. You might as well hand them the ring right now.