LANSING, Mich. — Antonio Brown - once a Chippewa, always a Chippewa.
The stand-out star wide receiver will be taking classes once again at Central Michigan University, according to a post on his Instagram.
One day after he was on Twitter complaining about guaranteed contracts being violated, he was on Instagram sharing his online class schedule at Central.
The New England Patriots released Brown after he allegedly sent threatening text messages to a woman accusing him of sexual misconduct.
Central Michigan's student newspaper, CM Life, posted on Twitter that he is taking 12 credits towards a Bachelor's Degree.
This classes will be online.
According to the article, he is registered for:
Introduction to Management (MGT 312)
Technical Writing (ENG 303WI)
Death and Dying (REL 334WI)
Racism and Inequality (SOC 323)
Fox 47 reached out to CMU for a comment.
Interim Associate Vice President| University Communications, Heather Smith, told us: "Antonio Brown is currently enrolled in online degree completion coursework at Central Michigan University. He does not attend classes on a CMU campus. His online courses began last week."
Brown left CMU in 2009 without earning his degree.
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