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Antonio Brown apologizes to Patriots and owner Robert Kraft

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown reacts on the sideline during the second half against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Free agent wide receiver Antonio Brown decided now was the time to apologize to the New England Patriots for the drama created during his brief stay with the team. The team released him after reports of multiple instances of sexual assault, and Brown did not react well to it. He called out Robert Kraft and the team, but now appears to be back-tracking on social media.

The NFL is currently investigating Brown for the various allegations and sat down with him for an interview last week. Brown’s playing status remains in limbo until the NFL decides what it wants to do with regard to potential punishment. No team is likely to sign Brown until they know if he will miss any games to a league-mandated suspension.