New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, who said he wouldn’t have any comment on off-the-field issues regarding wide receiver Antonio Brown, cut his Friday morning news conference short after fielding seven questions on the topic.
“I know there are questions about Antonio. We take all the situations with our team very seriously,” Belichick said at the end of an opening statement that began with his thoughts on Sunday’s opponent, the New York Jets. “There are some things that we’re looking into, but I’m not going to have any comment on any of the off-the-field situations or questions on that. Anything on football, I’m happy to answer.”
New tonight: Antonio Brown sent our source from Monday’s story menacing group text messages, including a picture of her children with instructions for his associates to investigate her.— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) September 20, 2019
Her lawyer wrote the NFL calling for the intimidation to stop. https://t.co/rCTM8WSI6Z pic.twitter.com/QtONzBf7Ig