Antonio Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, no longer will work with his controversial client until the wide receiver seeks professional help, ESPN reported Thursday.
The report stated that Rosenhaus sent a letter to the NFL Players Association "conditionally" terminating his relationship with Brown. Rosenhaus still would work with Brown in the future but not before Brown seeks counseling after continued outbursts toward teams, the league, players, his inner circle and most recently the local police.
Just this week, Brown posted a live feed on social media of an encounter with Hollywood, Fla., police where he used explicit language and called officers explicit names. Police were responding to a domestic incident at Brown's home.
Brown played just one NFL game this season, with the New England Patriots, after nine productive seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers in which he had 837 receptions for 11,207 yards and 74 touchdowns.
After a trade to the Oakland Raiders last offseason, he was released toward the end of training camp after continued conflict with the organization that started when his helmet was considered to no longer be in compliance with NFL safety rules.
He was released by the Patriots after his one game after sexual and personal misconduct accusations were made against him. He was reportedly brought in for a workout with the New Orleans Saints but he called that opportunity a "publicity stunt."
--Field Level Media