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Report: Roger Goodell May Place Antonio Brown on Commissioner's Exempt List

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Report: Roger Goodell May Place Antonio Brown on Commissioner's Exempt ListAccusations of sexual assault and rape against Brown came to light in a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday.
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News video: Antonio Brown Reportedly Won’t Be Placed on Commissioner's Exempt List

Antonio Brown Reportedly Won’t Be Placed on Commissioner's Exempt List 01:53

While New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown has practiced and worked out at the TB12 facility, Dan Patrick reports that the NFL won’t place Brown on the commissioner’s exempt list.

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