September 23, 2019

The Pats released Brown last week, just after one game, but he still qualifies for a huge player Super Bowl ring according to Allan Bell of CBS Sports:

Antonio Brown Super Bowl ring

Brown played well in the Patriots’ 43-0 win over the Miami Dolphins last week, catching four passes for 56 yards and had a memorable touchdown play.

Much to the dismay of NFL fans of other teams, the Pats signed the wide receiver almost immediately after the Oakland Raiders released him just before the start of the football season.

In the rush to acquire Brown (who was not eligible to play in Week one), the Patriots were unaware Brown was hit with rape allegations by his former trainer, Britney Taylor.

And the hits kept coming: Next, Robert Klemko of Sports Illustrated published an article mentioning another woman who accused Brown of sexual misconduct in 2017.

After this story broke, the woman said she had received threatening text messages from Brown, per Klemko, and showed screenshots of the messages, which included photos of her and her children.

That was enough for the Patriots. They released Brown before week three of the season.

While Allan Bell is correct that Brown will get a Super Bowl ring should the Pats win, most championship ring enthusiasts already knew this was standard policy in awarding NFL championship rings.

Even if New England gets to the Super Bowl and looses, the team and Brown will be awarded a consolation prize – an AFC championship ring (only given to the team that looses the Super Bowl).

Should the Patriots appear in the Super Bowl – this would be the first and only championship ring Brown has earned in his NFL career.

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