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Antonio Brown’s agent: WR won’t miss any games, will make lots of money off helmet

Jesse Reed
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Antonio Brown lost his second grievance against the NFL as he tried once more to convince the league to let him use his favorite helmet.

His agent, Drew Rosenhaus, appeared on SiriusXM NFL Radio a couple hours after that news broke and made it clear Brown won’t miss any games over this issue.

In fact, Rosenhaus said that Brown is set to make quite a bit of money as endorsement offers have poured in following his ordeal.


We know Brown loved his old helmet. In fact, he loved it so much that he reportedly took it home with him every night after practice — the same one he received as a sixth-round rookie out of Central Michigan.

So this was no small matter for the Oakland Raiders star receiver. But it sure looks like he and his agent have turned this loss into a lucrative marketing opportunity. And that’s why AB keeps boomin’, no matter what.