Brown appeared focused while rocking an all Gucci custom suit as he made his way into Hard Rock Stadium.
The star wide receiver was ineligible to play last week against his old team, the Pittsburgh Steelers, after making a hasty exit from the Oakland Raiders.
Head coach Bill Belichick hasn't made the official announcement that AB will suit up, but all signs point to yes.
As we reported, former sports trainer, Britney Taylor, has accused the New England Patriots receiver of sexually assaulting her on three separate occasions.
In a federal lawsuit filed last week, Taylor claims the first alleged incident came in 2017, and she alleges AB "exposed himself and kissed her without consent."
A month later, while at Taylor's home, she claims Brown masturbated near her without her knowledge and ejaculated on her back, then later bragged about it in a series of text messages.
The third incident allegedly happened in 2018, where she says after a night out in Miami she went back to AB's home to use the bathroom when the football star, "forced her down onto a bed, pushed her face into the mattress, and forcibly raped her."
Brown has denied all the allegations, and through his attorney told reporters he only had a "consensual personal relationship [with the trainer]. Any sexual interaction with Mr. Brown was entirely consensual."
Brown's legal team said the NFL star, "will leave no stone unturned and will aggressively defend himself, including all of his rights in countersuits."
On Friday when Belichick was asked about the lawsuit and AB's status, the prolific head coach said, "We'll do what's best for the team."