The meeting is now scheduled to take place next Thursday (November 14).
The profanity laced tweet was just a week before Brown was supposedly scheduled to meet with the league to discuss his side of the story regarding the two sexual assault allegations that were levied against Brown this summer.
That tweet was the start of a now-deleted tirade in which he called out Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, and former National Football League player and current commentator Shannon Sharpe over incidents of alleged sexual assault or improprieties in their past.
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The 31-year-old wide receiver seemed to be on track to be a contributor for the New England Patriots in 2019.
Brown protested the league's new helmet rule and was fined $40,000 by the Raiders for unexcused absence of practice. They did release him on September 20, several days after Sports Illustrated published intimidating text messages Brown had allegedly sent to the second woman.
He was cut in Oakland after several incidents, one of which involved him confronting general manager Mike Mayock about personal fines for missed practices.
A few days after his release from the Patriots, Brown said he was no longer going to play in the NFL.
Brown has vehemently denied the allegations.