ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter is reporting that notable sports agent Drew Rosenhaus is ending his partnership with disgraced former NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown.
The former All-Pro wide receiver, who at one point was considered the game’s most dominant wide receiver, has suffered a precipitous fall from his days with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but his reputation took an even bigger haymaker this week when Brown went Live on his official Instagram account brutally cursing out Hollywood, Florida cops outside his home, as they escorted what appeared to be two of his children and their mother into the back of a squad car and away from Brown's residence.
Rosenhaus is arguably the most recognizable face in the sports world when it comes to NFL agents, and garnered prominent media attention for his days representing former NFL diva receiver Terrell Owens.
Schefter says that Rosenhaus has terminated his relationship with Brown until Brown ‘seeks counsel’, according to a letter that Rosenhaus recently sent the NFL Players Association. Rosenhaus says he would be open to working with Brown again but not until he first ‘gets help’.
Teams have inquired about Brown’s availability all season and have done their due diligence with possibly bringing him in to energize their wide receiver corps, with even the New Orleans Saints working him out, but teams have largely been afraid to take on the toxicity of Brown’s free falling reputation.
With Brown's NFL career cratering, Brown has explored becoming a hip hop artist, recently dropping a single tilted 'Whole Lotta Money', and is apparently working on an album titled 'No More White Women 2020', that will reportedly feature Sean Kingston.