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Report: Steelers WR Antonio Brown Has Already Left Roc Nation


Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is changing agents once again.

According to Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports 1, Brown has left Roc Nation, who he signed with back in early May, and plans to re-hire Rosenhaus Sports.

Roc Nation is run by Hip-Hop mogul Jay-Z and the company currently represents NFL players Geno Smith, Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks.

It is unknown why Brown will reportedly do a 180 degree turnaround in such a short period of time, but it appears obvious that Roc Nation has fallen out of graces very quickly with the Steelers 2013 team MVP.

Brown, by the way, celebrated his 26th birthday on Thursday. He had previously been with Rosenhaus Sports ever since he was drafted back in 2010 out of Central Michigan.

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  • William Weaver

    Strangely happy about this. Not exactly sure why, just a feeling. Go AB!!

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/JohnnyLoose Johnny Loose

    Good to see someone be there own man instead of sticking with something just because it might be trending. I would really like to know why he left.

  • Crowned

    I’d be thrilled if he wasn’t going right back to Rosenhaus.

  • Fade Wolf

    I’m very happy with this…shows A.B is a smart guy.Jay-z is greedy, he’s Illuminati, and doesn’t care about anything but himself…and wtf does ROC Nation know bout the NFL anyway…its why they only got few NFL guys on their roster

  • http://jasonbrant.blogspot.com Jason Brant

    …need…training…camp…to…start…

  • DoctorNoah

    Oh god yes. This month is just agonizing. Ugh , soccer and baseball, I don’t know which I detest more.

  • http://batman-news.com MC

    Maybe he didn’t want to attend one of those Bilderburg meetings.
    Happy he’s left to be honest.

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