Antonio Brown, Robert Kraft, Pats and Bruins among most searched on Google in 2019

NBC Sports Boston Staff

You people are searching Antonio Brown on Google way, way too much. 

Seriously, the former New England Patriots wide receiver was the fifth most searched on Google in 2019, according to CNN. He also ranked as the No. 1 person searched and first in athletes searched.

To go along with Brown, Pats owner Robert Kraft was the tenth most searched person in 2019 -- it's no surprise either considering the major massage parlor scandal he was involved in. The Pats were also the second most searched NFL team behind the Dallas Cowboys, according to Google. 

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The Boston Bruins also were the first most searched NHL team following their devastating loss to the St. Louis Blues in the 2019 Stanley Cup Final. The New England Revolution landed at No. 6 in the most searched MLS clubs. Both the Boston Red Sox and Celtics failed to make the list. 

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