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Former NFL Agent Expects Antonio Brown To Be Placed On Exempt List

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Former NFL Agent Expects Antonio Brown To Be Placed On Exempt List

Former NFL Agent Expects Antonio Brown To Be Placed On Exempt List

Former NFL attorney and player agent Ralph Cindrich said he expects the former Steelers wide receiver will be placed on the NFL Commissioner's Exempt List after he has been accused of sexual assault by his former trainer, KDKA's Paul Martino and Bob Pomeani report.

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