Photo : ] Not one of the Patriots wants to talk about Antonio Brown's brief stay, which was interrupted after a handful of reports detailing numerous sexual assault allegations . Bill Belikick mostly avoids questions about the subject, and Tom Brady talks about how we live in society. While reported that the texts that Brown sent to one accuser "crossed the line" for the Patriots, they were an organization with a core of powerful people and some of these people had different views about Brown's future  Tom Curran of NBC Sports Boston published today a column outlining some of the various opinions within the Patriots. Brady told Robert Kraft he was "one million percent" and "went all-out in trying to get him to work" because he believed Brown was "attainable." Defender is reported to be motivated by some "breathtaking" practices that distinguish Brown as "beyond anything Brady has ever worked with." Bray, Curran writes directly, "disagrees with the business decision made by
Disagreeing with Brady, who doesn't make personnel decisions, is one thing, but opposing head coach / de facto GM is another. The Quran chose his words carefully, but he said that the previous notion that a "unanimous decision" to release Brown was not an open prison case:
After more conversations this week, I realized that a unanimous decision was not easily reached. accepted the decision and understood it. But he was by no means leading the charge to continue – and if Kraft had not insisted, Brown would probably be here.
In this paragraph, Belichik did not look like someone who wanted to cut Brown:
Why, when asked, "What was the last straw?" Belikik at least muttered something to Dana Jacobson that the decision was the most best for the football team? Because it's not for sale that this is the best thing for the football team. And the real answer: "Robert is the boss and the heat got too hot …" would be less prudent than the icy look.
Kraft is the owner, but he often does not go beyond Belikik's head on football decisions. Quran could not remember another time when Kraft had been losing weight, although ESPN reported last year that the owner was behind an order to trade backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. The interesting complacency here is that the massage enthusiast stepped over his trainer for PR reasons. So far, this has not affected the effectiveness of the patriots on the field; the team is 3-0 and anyway looks great without Brown.
[ NBC Sports Boston ]