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Oakland Raiders Plan to Suspend Antonio Brown

The Oakland Raiders plan to suspend Antonio Brown after he posted a picture of his fines from the team for missing mandatory team activities on social media. He and general manager Mike Mayock reportedly got into it on Wednesday because of this incident. This was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

There is no indication of how long Brown could be suspended, but he is likely out for the Raiders opening game against the Broncos.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Brown could lose up to $30 million in guaranteed money for a suspension that is deemed conduct detrimental to the team.

Update: According to Rapoport, things did not get physical, but Brown did threaten Mayock. Then he punted a football and said, “Fine me for this.”

This post will be updated as more details come in.


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