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Antonio Brown's agent has filed paperwork with the NFL player's association to cut ties with the troubled wide receiver until he seeks psychological help.

Sports agent Drew Rosenhaus filed the documents to terminate his representation of Brown after the 31-year-old Florida native live-streamed himself screaming profanity at his baby mama, Chelsie Kyriss, and police officers outside his Hollywood, Florida home.

The video was the latest in a string of self-destructive incidents that prompted his release from two NFL teams in 3 months.

Rosenhaus's withdrawal as Brown's agent doesn't become official for five days, according to ESPN.

Rosenhaus informed the NFLPA that he would like to continue working with Brown but only if Brown seeks psychological help for his behavioral problems.

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Brown has been unemployed since he was let go by the New England Patriots after just one game after a woman accused him of rape in September.

Brown was accused or rape, sexual assault and sending threatening text messages. He has denied the allegations.

He was also accused of encouraging violence against a Sports Illustrated reporter who published an interview with one of Brown's accusers.

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Rapper Jay Z's amateurish foray into the world of professional sports management almost cost his client, Robinson Cano, a deal with the Seattle Mariners, NJ.com reports.

The NY Yankees second baseman signed a 10-year deal with the Mariners worth $240 million, ending his employment with the Yankees. But talks between the star and his new team broke down late Thursday when Jay Z showed up making absurd demands for a 10th year at $255 million, according to the NY Daily News.

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