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Antonio Brown has some free time on his hands, and if he sticks to his vow to never play in the NFL again, he'll have to find some way to spend the rest of his life that doesn't involve scoring touchdowns. 

As such, the former Raiders receiver has re-enrolled at Central Michigan University for online degree completion and posted a photo of his course schedule on Instagram. MLive was the first to report news of Brown's enrollment.

The four classes Brown is enrolled in are Introduction to Management, Technical Writing, Death and Dying and Racism and Equality, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Brown began the season with the Raiders, but he demanded his release Sept. 7 after an offseason that included frostbitten feet, two helmet grievances, an altercation with general manager Mike Mayock, fines that voided his guaranteed money and an illegally recorded phone call with head coach Jon Gruden that Brown posted on Instagram.

He signed with the Patriots and played one game for New England before being released on Sept. 20. Brown currently is facing a lawsuit from his former trainer Britney Taylor who has accused Brown of three separate accounts of sexual assault. An anonymous female artist also told Sports Illustrated that Brown made unwanted sexual advances toward her. Last Wednesday, Brown sent threatening text messages to the artist, which reportedly led to the Patriots releasing him.