An NFL team reporter has reportedly been suspended and banned from training camp.
The Athletic is reporting that the Buffalo Bills have suspended team reporter and radio host Chris Brown for violating the new training camp rules.
Brown has reportedly been suspended for the rest of training camp. He’s a longtime club employee and he has not been seen lately on “One Bills Live.”
The Athletic’s Tim Graham first reported the news.
Sources: Bills have suspended host/reporter Chris Brown and have banned him from covering training camp.https://t.co/udwsMAWwis
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) August 27, 2020
The Buffalo Bills have banned Chris Brown, their radio host and web reporter, from covering practices the rest of training camp and have suspended him from all their platforms, multiple sources tell The Athletic.
The Bills aren’t talking about Brown’s whereabouts, but he disappeared from practices last week after apparently violating the team’s media policy. Three days later, the longtime club employee vanished from “One Bills Live” — simulcast on WGR 550 and MSG Network — and social media without an announcement on where he went or when he will return.
Brown hasn’t tweeted since Thursday, Aug. 20. He reportedly has not been at practice since Aug. 17.
The Bills are scheduled to open the 2020 NFL regular season on Sunday, Sept. 13 against the New York Jets.
Kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. E.T. on CBS.