Patriots Release Antonio Brown as the Former NFL Star Continues on Self-Destructive, Career-Ruining Path
The Patriots have released WR Antonio Brown less than 2 weeks after signing the troubled NFL star following his release from the Oakland Raiders. Brown played only one game for the Patriots.
With only four matches remaining for the Revolution this MLS season, and only being clear of Montreal by three points with a game in hand, this Saturday’s visit to Gillette Stadium by Real Salt Lake is a massive game.
Last week was rough, but with a 10-6 record, it could be worse. I’m struggling with my Thursday night picks, so hopefully the Jags can help me out this week. The one good thing is I will never have a winless week as long as I keep picking the Dolphins to lose!
We'll start with the good news here... Isaiah Thomas underwent successful surgery today to repair a ruptured ligament in his thumb. The good news only being that the operation was a success. However, everything else about this story is terrible. Yet another setback for him. This guy can't catch a break.
As the summer came to a close the Revs took one last trip to Florida, taking on their Eastern Conference rivals, Orlando City S.C. In league play, the two clubs had faced off once earlier this season in Foxboro, as New England downed the visitors 4-1 thanks in part to a fantastic late strike from Diego Fagundez that reached highlight reels across the league. With the standings across the East remaining in a near deadlock as only 7 points separated 10th place and 4th place, this game was a must-win for both sides. The Revs, who had been hovering around 7th place, held a 4 point margin ahead of the Lions before the match, and Orlando would look to leapfrog both Chicago and Montreal with a win.
The Patriots got AB, so the season is basically over and we can just call the Super Bowl now… I’m kidding (but not really). What I can say with confidence is the following: Miami will go 0-16.
The last part of the series shows the best 25 players in the league. This part is heavy on the Atlantic Division, as it features 5 members of the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3 from the Bruins and Maple Leafs, and 2 from the Panthers for a grand total of 13 out of 25. It also features 2 Capitals, Sharks, and Flames.
The expectations for Team USA entering this year's World Cup were about as low as they could be, but nobody would have thought they would finish as poorly as they did. Not only was the loss to France historic --it broke a 58-game win streak in non-exhibition international games -- but the loss to Serbia in today's consolation ladder game was as well as it marked the first back to back losses for Team USA since 2002. Now, the highest that the US can finish in the World Cup standings is seventh which will be it's worst finish in a major tournament since NBA players started playing for the team back in 1992.
Antonio Brown, who was recently acquired by the New England Patriots, has been accused of sexual assault in a civil lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of Florida. The claim comes from Brown’s former trainer and college friend, Britney Taylor, who accuses him of three different cases of sexual assault between 2017 and 2018.
The third part of the list features the NHL players who are considered to be upper echelon talent but do not quite make it to superstar level.