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The NFL Needs to Investigate the Patriots Signing Antonio Brown

The NFL Needs to Investigate the Patriots Signing Antonio Brown The NFL Needs to Investigate the Patriots Signing Antonio Brown
Cary Erickson | 10 September, 2019, 13:35

That could allow the Raiders to release Brown before the season opener without having to pay him more than $29 million in guarantees over the next two years.

The moves on Saturday follow a week in which Brown posted a letter on social media detailing $54,000 in fines for missing team activities.

"You are gonna piss a lot of people off when you start doing what's best for you", the message begins. Six months later, I see why it was the right move. "Now that everyone sees it, they want me to conform to that same system that failed me all those years". 'I'm not mad at anyone.

Keelan Doss was a Hard Knocks fan favorite and worked hard in training camp to prove he deserved a roster spot with the Oakland Raiders.

This week in particular has been wild, capped Saturday by the Raiders releasing Brown. The video shows him yelling in happiness and running out into his yard, then calling his grandmother to deliver the news.

Meanwhile, the good news for the Rams is when looking at their current situation at wide receiver, there's absolutely no chance the team would even consider the possibility of signing Brown. Late Friday night, the Raiders chose to fine Brown $215k for conduct detrimental to the team over an altercation with G.M. Mike Mayock Sept. 4th.

Given that California law requires two-party consent for voice recordings, the video could have exposed Brown to some legal consequences if Gruden either didn't know he was being recorded or didn't approve the use of the recording. "But I don't have anything official to say about anything else until I get all the facts, and that's what I'm going to do". Seems fishy to me but if AB once again rebels we'll have to accept he needs help. I'm sorry it didn't.

"I'll just tell you that the Patriots are obviously a very solid, strong organization", agent Drew Rosenhaus said on ESPN.

"Antonio, meeting him today, I really enjoyed being around him", Brady said in his weekly Westwood One interview that aired Monday night.

On the bright side, we might get some fascinating Bill Belichick behind-the-scenes audio. Unfortunately, not all relationships between players and teams work out. When you're a free agent, it's not always what you expect. Win the Superbowl and get better. "That's no different here".

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Earlier in the week, Brown angered Raiders general manager Mike Mayock by sharing a letter informing Brown of a fine on Instagram.

Darlington wrote that the Raiders told him he would be playing on a week-to-week basis. Then he texted Kraft saying he as 1000 percent in.

According to multiple reports, the Raiders had yet to pay Brown any money.

There isn't much about the short-lived Antonio Brown-Oakland Raiders marriage that isn't odd and in some ways unprecedented in the NFL.

He's certainly drawing a line in the sand, telling Darlington, "No way I play after they took that and made my contract week to week".

Brown's current round of drama is nothing new. That dustup came after Brown posted a letter Mayock had sent him detailing almost $54,000 in fines for missing a practice and walkthrough.

It's not immediately clear what triggered the massive fine but National Football League reporter Ian Rapoport detailed an altercation between Brown and Mayock where he is said to have screamed at the GM, punted the ball and shouted "fine me for that". When Antonio Brown forced his way out of Pittsburgh I was happy the Raiders landed a player with his talent. He will not play in Sunday's game against his old team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.

During the off-season, Brown needed a new team. "That's all I want to hear from here on out".

Brown is a seven-time Pro Bowl selection and four-time first-team All-Pro. A powerful runner with limited wear on his tires, Jacobs is a do-it-all back whom Gruden was excited to unleash on the rest of the NFL.