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Antonio Brown Remains Eligible to Play for Patriots

NYTimes.com Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
The league will continue to investigate allegations of rape and sexual assault made against the receiver but will not prevent him from making his Patriots’ debut on Sunday in Miami.
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News video: Will Patriots Play Antonio Brown On Sunday? Bill Belichick Will Do What's Best For The Team

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Bill Belichick actually answered questions about Antonio Brown on Friday, though he wouldn't reveal if the Patriots will play the receiver Sunday afternoon against the Dolphins.

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