After just one game with the New England Patriots, wide receiver Antonio Brown has been released. Brown first tweeted out the news before ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed it.

New England signed Brown nearly two weeks ago after the Oakland Raiders released him before the season. Shortly after adding him to the team, the veteran wideout was accused of sexual assault by his former personal trainer.

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Ever since Bill Belichick chose to bring him into the locker room, the longtime head coach has noticeably been annoyed to speak to the media about the situation. The NFL has had an ongoing investigation on Brown amid the allegations and have been gathering evidence.

Along with the sexual assault lawsuit, the 31-year-old wideout is also facing several other allegations from prior acquaintances of Brown. With Brown’s off-the-field distractions seeping into the locker room, New England believes it is no longer worth attempting to make things work with the talented receiver.

Prior to being released, Brown only managed to play in one game with the Patriots. In that game, Brown hauled in four receptions for 56 yards and a touchdown. New England immediately got him acclimated into the offense to begin last week’s game.

Without Brown on the roster moving forward, the Patriots still have Josh Gordon, Julian Edelman, Phillip Dorsett, Jakobi Meyers, and eventually N’Keal Harry. New England will be okay but with how the past few months have unfolded, it is tough to imagine a team taking a chance on Brown in the near future.