Antonio Brown released by Oakland Raiders

Antonio Brown has been released by the Oakland Raiders a day after he was fined for the outburst in general director Mike Mayock.
Brown posted on his own Instagram account on Saturday morning saying he’s not”mad” but needs the”liberty to establish” his own sceptics wrong, with the post finishing with a request to be released.
Only hours later, the Oakland Raiders’ official Twitter accounts posted:”The Raiders have introduced WR Antonio Brown in the group today.”
The wide receiver has been fined $215k (#175k)”for behavior detrimental to the team” following a confrontation with all Mayock in training earlier that week.
Reports in america claim the Raiders do not have to cover a contingency fee after releasing him to Brown while other state he hasn’t received any money since signing at March to get a draft pick from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Drama has surrounded Brown since his birth at the Raiders, to needing to wear an NFL-mandated helmet from overlooking practice to frostbite.
Spotrac, who track players’ salaries and bonuses, state Brown missed out on a 500k bonus for not attending 85 per cent of the Raiders’ offseason program.
Brown sent an email into ESPN stating:”No way I perform after they took that and left my own contract to week”
In addition, he published a video on YouTube that comprised audio of a phone talk with coach Jon Gruden from an amazing date, in.
Brown answered he does and questions if the Raiders need him, with Gruden then urging Brown to prevent all the theatrics, saying:”Just play soccer. How difficult is that? You are a terrific football player. Simply play soccer.”
The movie ends with Brown stating:”I’m more than only a soccer player, guy. I am a person. It ai not about the football. I know I can do this. I show you men that on the daily. This is my own life. Ain’t no more games.”

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