We knew this would be a lengthy and profound discussion, but we're not sure anybody thought it would've lasted as long as reports are saying.
Britney Taylor, the personal trainer who is accusing Antonio Brown of sexual assault and rape in the three separate incidents from 2017 and 2018, reportedly met with NFL investigators for 10 hours on Monday at an undisclosed location.
It's not yet known how much of Taylor's story or claims the league views as conclusive, and that narrative probably won't be made public until the investigation is complete.
And as of right now, it looks like Brown will be slated to play on Sunday because the NFL has yet to make a ruling.
In the meantime, Roger Goodell has all the authority to place Brown on paid leave, also known as the Reserve/Commissioner Exempt List, if he concludes that the Central Michigan product violated the NFL's personal conduct policy.
This has the potential to become the ever-prevalent he said-she said dilemma, but the six-time Pro-Bowler certainly has some explaining to do in regards to the alleged disturbing emails he sent Taylor. Of course, it has to be proven in a court of law that Brown was the man behind the keyboard (or phone) that sent the grotesque messages.
Everything will become a lot clearer once the 31-year-old pass catcher meets with league investigators. Until then, we can only wait. As of now, Brown has denied all of the allegations made against him.