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Bill Belichick Ends Press Conference After Dodging Questions On Antonio Brown

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Bill Belichick Ends Press Conference After Dodging Questions On Antonio Brown

Bill Belichick Ends Press Conference After Dodging Questions On Antonio Brown

Bill Belichick refused to answer questions about New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown.

The football player faces accusations of sexual assault and rape in a federal lawsuit in Florida.

According to Business Insider, some reporters tried to sneak in a few questions about Brown.

One reporter asked if Brown’s off-field accusations complicate Belichick’s ability to coach him.

After a few more questions like that, Belichick abruptly ended the press conference.

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