According to ESPN, Brown is preparing to file nine simultaneous grievances and appeals, to recoup more than $61 million he lost from being released by both the Patriots and Oakland Raiders, including fines he accrued during his time in Oakland.
The nine appeals from one season would be an NFL record, according to ESPN reports, the ninth appeal would set the record if the NFL suspends Brown following their investigation into sexual assault accusations made against the embattled wide receiver.
Brown will attempt to get back the $29 million in guaranteed money he was set to make with Oakland before being fined for conduct detrimental to the team; $215,000 in fines from the Raiders, his $1 million signing bonus and $860,000 Week 1 pay.
He is also looking to collect his $9 million signing bonus with the Patriots; his $1 million salary guarantee from New England along with his unpaid Week 3 salary of $64,000; and $20 million for his 2020 Patriots option.
Brown has been accused of sexual assault and sexual misconduct by two different women. He has since been released by the Patriots, making him an unrestricted free agent, eligible to sign with any team. In the meantime, the NFL is conducting an investigation into the allegations.