Former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has been formally charged in connection with a January assault outside his South Florida home that resulted in his arrest, ESPN reported late Friday.The state levied three charges against the 31-year-old Miami native who faces felony burglary conveyance, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges, according to a Broward County court document obtained by ESPN.On Jan. 23, Brown turned himself over to authorities after a delivery truck driver accused the wide receiver and his trainer of assaulting him outside of Brown’s South Florida home two days earlier. The driver was attempting a delivery to Brown, according to a criminal complaint.Brown was charged with felony burglary with battery, which isn’t included in the state filing from March 20, ESPN reported.ESPN reported that the misdemeanor battery charge, however, states that Brown was “actually and intentionally striking” the driver against his will. The criminal mischief charge says Brown maliciously injured the driver’s property of $200 or less.The NFL began an investigation of Brown in the fall after his former trainer Britney Taylor brought a civil lawsuit against him, accusing Brown of rape and sexual assault. The complaint, filed in the Southern District of Florida in September of last year, details three incidents, two in June 2017 and one in May 2018. Brown has denied the accusations and has filed a countersuit.Brown, who is a free agent, played nine seasons with the Steelers. He was traded to the Oakland Raiders last year but released before ever playing a regular-season game following several off-the-field incidents. He was then signed hours after his release, on Sept. 7, by the New England Patriots. He played in one game in Week 2 at Miami, Sept. 15, then was released Sept. 20 amid further sexual assault allegations.