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The off-field troubles of NFL free agent Antonio Brown continue to hurt his brand. On Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN shared that super agent Drew Rosenhaus has conditionally ended his relationship with Brown until he seeks counsel.

Additionally, Schefter reports attorney Darren Heitner has also removed himself from Brown’s circle and will not provide counsel on the lanlord-tenant case that he had previously handled for the receiver.

Brown is still being investigated by the NFL over two separate sexual misconduct allegations levied against him last year. Since being released by the New England Patriots, Brown has taken to airing his dirty laundry for the public to see on social media.

His latest incident took place just days ago when he directed a profanity-laced rant his ex-girlfriend and the cops outside his Florida home.

Rosenhaus has long been Brown’s biggest supporter. To lose him now is a big blow to Brown, but hopefully it sparks a positive change for the talented player.

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