The NFL is committed to helping Antonio Brown get “on the right track,” commissioner Roger Goodell says.

Once a star with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brown, a seven-time Pro Bowler, was traded to Oakland in March but was quickly released.

The New England Patriots signed him in September.

A few days later, one of his former off-season athletic trainers filed a lawsuit accusing him of rape and assault.

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Brown’s attorney at the time said the relationship was consensual, and he denies the allegations in the lawsuit. Brown also counter-sued his accuser.

He played one game with the Patriots, but the team released him in September, days after the lawsuit was filed.

Since then he’s been spiraling.  

At his annual Superbowl press conference, Goodell addressed the issues involving AB. 

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