The announcement that Antonio Brown would be suspended multiple games for violating the NFL's COVID-19 policies drew attention to the decided disparity in punishment for all-pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers' similar transgression.
NFL teams have called Colin Kaepernick a distraction, but Antonio Brown has been way more of a sideshow than a silent kneeling protest could ever be.
A Cook County judge has ruled that Antonio Brown is not guilty of gun charges stemming the fatal shooting of his son, Amari, 7, in 2015.
A 20-year-old Chicago man with alleged gang ties was arrested Wednesday in the July 4th shooting death of 7-year-old Amari Brown, which sparked calls for gun reform from Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy, reports The Chicago Tribune. Rasheed Martin, 20, was arrested at a home in Superior, Wis., about 460 miles northwest of Chicago near the Wisconsin-Minnesota border, […]
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