Rosenhaus: Teams interested in Brown, want info about legal situation
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Free agent Antonio Brown is drawing interest from prospective teams, his agent Drew Rosenhaus says, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The New England Patriots released the receiver on Friday after he spent just 11 days and one game with the team. Serious allegations about past off-field transgressions cut his time in New England short.

After he signed with the Patriots, Brown's former personal trainer filed a lawsuit against him, accusing the 31-year-old of rape. Another woman accused him of sending intimidating texts after she spoke to Sports Illustrated and alleged he made an unwanted sexual advance toward her.

Rosenhaus said he's had contact with "a few teams that are interested," and those clubs "want information regarding his legal situation and the NFL investigation."

The NFL is investigating the multiple allegations against Brown. After the wideout's release from the Patriots, the league announced he may be subject to discipline "if the investigation finds that he has violated the law or league policies."

The league interviewed Brown's first accuser, Britney Taylor, on Monday and has since conducted an interview with his second accuser, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Rosenhaus: Teams interested in Brown, want info about legal situation
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