By Matt McCarthy, 985TheSportsHub.com
There is no update on Antonio Brown's status in NFL circles following the league's meeting with the woman who has accused Brown of rape and sexual assault.
NFL investigators reportedly met with Britney Taylor for 10 hours earlier this week, but according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, no determination has been made on Brown's eligibility for Sunday's game against the Jets.
There is no update on the status of #Patriots WR Antonio Brown, I’m told, which means he’s still eligible at this point to play on Sunday. The league often likes to have the status of players clear on Wednesday before the biggest practice day.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 18, 2019
In a civil lawsuit, Taylor accused Brown of sexually assaulting her twice in 2017 and raping her in 2018. Brown has denied the accusations.
No criminal charges have been filed against Brown.
Sports Illustrated released a story this week detailing a series of separate accusations against Brown, including another sexual incident, domestic disturbances, and a litany of instances where Brown allegedly failed to pay clients for their services.
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