After another Antonio Brown scandal hit the media, this time with rape allegations arriving his way, his new head coach finally spoke out. New England Patriots' Bill Belichick stated the team is looking into accusations Brown raped and sexually assaulted a female personal trainer in 2017 and 2018, adding that the team is taking it very seriously. However, when too many AB questions arrived on Wednesday, Belichick was clearly not happy discussing the matter:
Belichick also confirmed that Brown, who signed with New England on Saturday after unceremoniously forcing his way out of Oakland, will practice with the team for the first time.
After a litany of questions about Brown, the normally unflappable Belichick broke and ended his press conference after just four minutes.
Those close to Belichick were reminded of Spygate, which was the only other time that the bastion of emotional levelheadedness that is Belichick managed to lose his cool.
As the week continues, you can only expect even more questions about Brown to head Belichick's way. This story, believe us, is only getting started.