Brown posted on his Instagram story Monday morning that he'll be going back to school at Central Michigan and displayed his enrolled courses for the fall 2019-20 semester.
Brown's courses are entirely online, according to Aaron McMann of MLive. The schedule includes an eight-week management class and 12-week English class.
A Central Michigan source told McMann that the free-agent receiver enrolled in the courses Sept. 16, before he was cut by the New England Patriots amid sexual assault allegations.
The controversial wideout will reportedly file a grievance in an attempt to get the $10 million guaranteed on his contract with the Patriots, which was voided after he was released.
Before Brown joined the Patriots, the Oakland Raiders used fines to void $30 million guaranteed on his deal with them. Brown declared his intention to leave the NFL due to the canceled agreements.
Brown was named in a lawsuit filed one day after he signed with the Patriots that alleged he had raped his former trainer. Other accusations of misconduct surfaced in the following days and his New England tenure lasted just 11 days as a result.
Although he's being sued, the 31-year-old wasn't arrested or charged for sexual misconduct. The seven-time Pro Bowler sent a series of since-deleted tweets in a tirade Sunday that pointed to other high-profile NFL figures who didn't lose their jobs in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against them.