All is not lost for Antonio Brown who is currently an NFL free agent, as the league's commissioner, Robert Goodell has vowed to help the quarterback get "back on track" following his bizarre, downward spiral.
"The first thing for all of us is to think about the well-being of Antonio, to understand what Antonio's going through," Goodell said in Miami at his annual Super Bowl news conference.
"We don't talk about the wellness of our players publicly, but I would tell you that you can be sure that the NFL and the (NFL Players Association) have a tremendous amount of resources that are available to all players," Goodell continued. "They're going to be made available to Antonio. We want to help get him on the right track and get him in a position where he thinks he can be successful in life. We are confident that can happen... And the first step is making sure that we're doing everything to help Antonio."
The statement comes after Brown turned himself into the cops last week at the Broward County Jail on charges related to an alleged assault at his home. Brown and his trainer allegedly assaulted a delivery truck driver, authorities said.
Brown faces one count each of burglary with battery, burglary of an unoccupied conveyance and criminal mischief, the Hollywood Police Department said. A judge also ordered Brown to undergo a mental health evaluation.