Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

As the NFL continues to investigate the sexual assault and sexual misconduct allegations against Antonio Brown, one key person has not been interviewed.

Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reported Tuesday evening that Brown still has not been interviewed by the league over these allegations. He also notes that “With Brown’s status as a free agent, it’s unclear how cooperative he plans or needs to be.”

The league is currently investigating two women’s allegations against Brown.

The first, Britney Taylor, is a former trainer who accused Brown of multiple instances of sexual assault and has a civil case against him.

The second woman was hired by Brown to paint a mural in his home and alleges he attempted sexual advances and approached her with nothing more than a small cloth covering his genitals.

Brown was recently released by the New England Patriots less than two weeks after being released by the Oakland Raiders. The Patriots released Brown after “intimidating” text messages he sent to the second accuser were made public.

The free agent is said to be lining up an NFL-record nine grievances and appeals as he attempts to recoup up to $61 million from Oakland and New England.

Jesse Reed
Managing Editor at Sportsnaut. Featured on Yardbarker and MSN.com, and formerly was a breaking news writer/NFL analyst for Bleacher Report.