Antonio Brown needs help.
Brown's longtime agent, Drew Rosenhaus, conditionally terminated his relationship with the unemployed recipient in a letter to the NFL Players Association on Thursday. ESPN.com reported, The letter said that Rosenhaus would like to work with Brown again in the future, but only when the battered soccer star gets help.
The termination of a customer-agent relationship must comply with a waiting period of five days in accordance with the NFLPA rules. According to a Pro Football Talk report, Rosenhaus will "withdraw if Brown receives adequate advice within the next five days."
Rosenhaus, 53, owns the Miami-based agency Rosenhaus Sports Representation (RSR), which, according to its website, has signed contracts worth over $ 7 billion.
Darren Heitner, Brown's lawyer in a tenant dispute, withdrew on Thursday following an application to the Miami-Dade District Court. This is evident from documents that ESPN has received and has since been deleted from its Twitter. The case lies between Brown and Acqualina 1402, LLC.
Brown has been very active on social media lately, frequently oscillating between translucent, half-hearted attempts at appeasement and apoplectic finger pointing. In December he published a rough photoshoppt picture of himself as a fallen gladiator, in the background Rosenhaus as a spectator.
Minutes before the news became known that Rosenhaus was going to disconnect, Brown tweeted, "You want to take care of us. "
On Monday, Brown was involved in a vulgar argument involving the police and ex-girlfriend Chelsie Kyriss, with whom he has three children, and which escalated outside his Hollywood home when he started putting a rubbery "bag of D- CDs "into a video posted on his Instagram.
Brown, 31, has been a free agent since being cut by the patriots in September. The NFL is investigating former trainer Britney Taylor's allegations that the broad recipient sexually assaulted her three times. He attended a training for the Saints on December 27, which instead signed the recipient Tim White. Brown later accused the Saints of using him for an "advertising stunt" in a video posted on his Instagram.
Earlier this month, YouTube star Logan challenged Paul Brown to fight on Twitter. DAZN has signed an agreement with Paul and is waiting for Brown, who, according to Andrew Marchand from Post, will earn over $ 1 million plus incentives.