Helmeted sneakers contract expires! Antonio Brown avoids talking about a few games in the future
Antonio Brown, the new star takeover for the New England Patriots jerseys, has not been down since he hit the hot search. Off-court troubles followed, but now it seems that he really wants to put all his energy into the game; in his latest question to reporters, Brown avoided the question of whether he can finish the season.
” Brown did not respond positively in the dressing room interview. “I look forward to playing with the team at home.” Yes, the Patriots will host their visiting rival New York Jets in the third round. Together with Tom Brady; I learned a lot about offense here and tried to keep pace with them, but I was excited and I appreciated being one of them.
This is Brown’s first interview with reporters since joining the Patriots. He called playing with Brady a “great honor” and said that Brady was a “good player” who inspired his teammates all the time.
Asked how to adapt to the Patriots, Brown said, “This is the NFL, this is the football game, and I am grateful that I am playing this sport. Every time you walk into the gate here, you are doing your best for the team; so every time I walk in here, I just want to make sure I’m ready and give my teammates my best performance.
However, Brown’s off-court problems may really prevent him from playing all the games after that. If NFL officials intervene in the investigation and believe that Brown has violated the Personal Guidelines Ordinance, they have the right to impose a ban on him. At present, it seems that his off-court troubles have affected his own earnings. According to Boston Globe, Nike has cancelled Brown’s endorsement for shoes.
“Antonio Brown jerseys is no longer a Nike athlete.” A spokesman for the company said the spokesman refused to disclose the reasons for the cancellation of the Brown sneaker contract. Coincidentally, a few days after the sexual assault charges were filed, Brown had lost a helmet contract. Earlier in early September, Brown announced that he would wear helmet manufacturer Xenith this season, and the helmet manufacturer recently announced that they had terminated their helmet contract with Brown.
Such successive off-court contracts have hit Brown hard, and it seems that it is time for him to deal with his off-court troubles and return to the arena wholeheartedly; otherwise, he will lose more than that.