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FILE - In this Aug. 18, 2016, file photo, New York Giants' Josh Brown speaks with reporters at NFL football training camp in East Rutherford, N.J. The NFL says the former wife of suspended placekicker Brown turned down multiple requests to speak to the league about her allegations of being the victim of repeated domestic violence. (AP Photo/Tom Canavan, File)

Josh Brown may be done with the NFL, but he'll still collect a massive salary


According to the NFL, New York Giants kicker Josh Brown has been put on the Commissioner Exempt List, meaning he won't be playing any time soon. 

Brown is under fire for reports that he abused his wife. 

Brown has already served a one-game suspension for the domestic violence incident.

Being put on the list means Brown's done with the Giants, but he can appeal the decision.

Brown will, however, be able to collect a base salary of over $1 million. 

Brown is under scrutiny for charges of domestic abuse. 

The NFL 'announced' the move after other outlets broke the news.

Brown was arrested in May 2015. According to the NFL, there is a signed document where Brown admits to "physically, verbally and emotionally abusing his then-wife, Molly Brown."


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