Brown's time as a Patriot lasted all of one week. For that one game, Brown was productive, catching 4-of-8 targets for 56 yards and a touchdown. In the end, rape allegations arose, an additional accuser came out of the woodwork and further information about intimidating texts is now making the rounds. There's little doubt Brown is one of the most gifted receivers to ever play the game but his troubling behavior and continued self-destructive nature may quickly usher him out of the league. Not yet on the Commissioner's exempt list as the NFL's investigation continues, it may be only a matter of time before he's not available to land with another team. Even without a suspension, the list of team's willing to sign Brown may be non-existent until more time passes. Now 31, it's safe to wonder if he'll ever suit up in the NFL again. Brown currently sits as DLF's WR20 but is sure to experience a precipitous drop in value as the situation plays out.