The Boston Celtics were in a good mood at home Wednesday night against the Miami Heat, defeating their conference rivals by the score of 112-93.
Looking to get in some of the game, Patriots owner Robert Kraft was on hand at TD Garden. Little did he know that his presence would include Patriots fans demanding that the longtime owner re-sign wide receiver Antonio Brown.
One man can be heard saying “we need AB” as others were in the background demanding the same thing.
By now, it’s well known that New England released Brown after just one game earlier this season. That came on the heels of multiple allegations of sexual assault being made public in a lawsuit against the Pro Bowler.
Since then, Brown has done everything possible on social media to scare the Patriots and other teams off. He’s also still being investigated by the NFL over those above-mentioned allegations.
Despite this, rumors suggest that the Pats might be interested in bringing Brown back. The team is struggling big time on offense, especially with Tom Brady leading the charge in the passing game.
Will Kraft heed these recommendations? Only time will tell on that front.