The NFL Players Association (NFLPA) will investigate Antonio Brown’s allegations that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are covering up practices of medical mismanagement, which the athlete said was the reason for his termination from the team and the cause of his abrupt exit off the field on Jan. 2.
The NFLPA told USA Today Sports that it was standard practice to investigate players’ allegations, but the organization had not heard from Brown yet, so it did not have any details.
In a move that shocked many on Sunday, Brown threw off his helmet and shirt and jogged off the field in the middle of a game with the New York Jets. People were quick to cite Brown’s history of sexual abuse allegations and his punishment for getting a fake vaccination card last year.
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