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NFL fans react to Antonio Brown's release from the Raiders with Bill Belichick jokes

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What’s next for Antonio Brown? Fans on social media are dreading the day when Bill Belichick adds Brown to a loaded Patriots roster.
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News video: Raiders Cut Antonio Brown After He Asked For 'Release' On Instagram

Raiders Cut Antonio Brown After He Asked For 'Release' On Instagram 00:33

Antonio Brown has been released from the Oakland Raiders, according to the team's official Twitter. The announcement comes after a series of bizarre social media posts from Brown asking for his own release. According to ESPN reporters, Brown was fined by the team Friday night, which voided nearly $30...

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