Published: Thu, September 05, 2019
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Raiders GM Mike Mayock speaks out Antonio Brown situation

Raiders GM Mike Mayock speaks out Antonio Brown situation

After the first absence, Mayock issued a statement saying the Raiders needed to know if Brown was "all-in or all-out" after an offseason of issues.

The Oakland Raiders are planning to suspend Antonio Brown after the star receiver and general manager Mike Mayock "got into it" Wednesday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The wide receiver said Wednesday that the Raiders have fined him close to $54,000 for missing a practice and walkthrough in August. According to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Brown became involved in a "screaming match" with Raiders GM Mike Mayock in front of the rest of the team.

In any case, Brown's relationship with the Raiders is in an bad place, and the 31-year-old still hasn't played a single game for the Silver and Black. "Everyone got to pay this year so we clear".

The pass-catcher was fined $13,950 for missing Oakland's walk-through on August 22 and $40,000 for missing a training-camp practice on August 18.

Antonio Brown's controversial stay in Oakland took another wild turn on Thursday.

But Brown was unable to practice at the start of training camp after getting frost bite on his feet during a cryotherapy accident in France just before the start of camp. He lost two appeals to use the model.

Brown claims that he is 100 percent healthy and is good to go for the regular season. Brown threatened to hit Mayock, according to Rapoport.

"NFL athletes have a choice in what helmet they wear".

Brown believes the helmet makes him feel more agile and gives him better visibility, two factors that he liked with the Schutt Air Advantage.

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