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Antonio Brown memes feelings for Patriots, has an ally in ex-Pats CB

Antonio Brown memes feelings for Patriots, has an ally in ex-Pats CB

Antonio Brown wants more attention -- specifically from the New England Patriots.

One day after suggesting the Patriots re-sign him in an Instagram Live video, Brown was back on social media, conveying that he misses playing in New England via a popular meme.

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The free-agent wide receiver posted the meme just before the Patriots kicked off their Thursday night game against the New York Giants, which undoubtedly is no coincidence.

Brown spent less than two weeks with the Patriots, appearing in one game before the team released him on Sept. 20 as he battled multiple allegations of sexual assault, sexual misconduct and intimidation of a victim.

New England didn't pay Brown a large portion of his salary following his release, and the 31-year-old since has filed a grievance against the team seeking that unpaid money.

Brown said Wednesday on Instagram the Patriots should let him "earn" his money by re-signing him, and on Thursday, former Patriots cornerback Darius Butler seconded Brown's proposal.

It seems highly unlikely New England re-signs Brown after the drama he caused in Foxboro. But that clearly won't stop him from bugging everyone about it.

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Phillip Dorsett exits Patriots-Eagles with head injury

Phillip Dorsett exits Patriots-Eagles with head injury

Phillip Dorsett was on the receiving end of Julian Edelman's go-ahead touchdown pass in the third quarter of Sunday's Patriots-Eagles matchup, but he paid a hefty price.

Dorsett was hit hard on the play and went into the medical tent before heading into the locker room. The Patriots ruled him out for the rest of the game with a head injury.

Watch the play below:

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Watch Julian Edelman throw TD pass to Phillip Dorsett on Patriots' trick play

Watch Julian Edelman throw TD pass to Phillip Dorsett on Patriots' trick play

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman showed off his old quarterback skills to score a much-needed touchdown early in the third quarter of Sunday's Week 11 game versus the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Patriots opened the second half with the ball and moved down the field with ease against the Eagles defense. New England entered the red zone for the fourth time in the game and scored their first TD thanks to an Edelman pass to fellow wide receiver Phillip Dorsett.

Brady took the snap on 3rd-and-11, threw to Edelman, who found a wide open Dorsett for a 15-yard score. The veteran wideout took a huge hit in the end zone but held onto the ball.

Take a look at the trick play in the video below:

It was Edelman's first touchdown pass since the 2014 AFC Divisional Round win over the Baltimore Ravens. Edelman, as you might already know, was a quarterback in college at Kent State. His NFL passing stats, as ESPN's Mike Reiss pointed out, are pretty good.


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