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Bill Belichick: Antonio Brown to Practice With Patriots Despite Rape Accusation in Lawsuit

SI.com Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Bill Belichick: Antonio Brown to Practice With Patriots Despite Rape Accusation in LawsuitBrown was accused of rape by his former trainer in a federal lawsuit on Tuesday. 
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News video: Bill Belichick Won't Talk About Antonio Brown At Wednesday Press Conference

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Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had nothing to add to the Antonio Brown situation on Wednesday, cutting his media session short when the questions kept coming.

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