Free agent receiver Antonio Brown has accepted his eight-game suspension and isn’t anticipated to attraction, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reviews.
Earlier Friday, the NFL introduced it has suspended Brown for eight video games for a number of violations of the league’s private conduct coverage.
His suspension begins Week One, regardless if Brown is on a roster. It’ll final via Week Eight (if not signed) or his staff’s eighth recreation (if signed).
The league might prolong Brown’s suspension if additional violations are discovered associated to an ongoing civil go well with in Florida, in response to Pelissero.
Brown’s suspension stems from an accusation that Brown harassed a lady who went public with considerations about Brown’s habits and a no contest plea to housebreaking and battery prices from a January incident in Florida.
Brown has not performed since Sept. 15, the one recreation he performed for the Patriots and the one recreation he performed final season.