GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - After tweeting that he wouldn't play in the NFL, Antonio Brown announced on social media that he's re-enrolling at Central Michigan University.
On his Instagram story, Brown posted a picture of his classes for the fall 2019-2020 semester with the message "Back to school @cmuathletics."
His classes are all online classes and include management, English, religion and sociology courses.
Brown was released by the New England Patriots on Sept. 20 after just one game and less than two weeks with the team. Previously, he was released by the Oakland Raiders on Sept. 7.
On Sept. 22, Brown tweeted he wouldn't be playing in the NFL anymore, saying that "owners can cancel deals do whatever they want at anytime."
Brown has also been accused of rape and sexual assault by Britney Taylor, his former trainer who he met at CMU. He was also accused of exposing himself to an artist he hired to paint a mural at his home. He had denied both allegations.
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