Antonio Brown is reportedly "eager to present his side" of the sexual assault allegations against him to NFL officials. According to ESPN, Brown will get his chance next week when he meets in-person with NFL investigators. The meeting is currently scheduled to take place next Thursday (November 14).
The NFL has yet to interview the embattled wide receiver as part of their investigation into whether Brown violated the league's personal conduct policy. In a lawsuit, Britney Taylor, his former trainer, accused him of sexually assaulting her multiple times. After news of the lawsuit broke, an artist claimed that Brown approached her "butt-ass naked" while she was painting a mural at his home.
The Oakland Raiders cut Brown following a controversy-filled off-season, which included the wide receiver missing time due to a botched cryotherapy treatment, and a public dispute with the team's general manager. He was signed by the Patriots but was cut a few weeks later, after Taylor's lawsuit became public.
Teams are reportedly interested in signing Brown but are waiting for the league to complete their investigation.