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Oakland Raiders Void Antonio Brown’s Guaranteed Money

Antonio Brown and his drama with the Raiders has continued. Now the Raiders have fined him again for conduct detrimental to the team for a video posted on his youtube page. By doing so, the Raiders have voided $29.125 million guaranteed in his contract according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. They also told him that he is not subject to termination pay if they release him.

In his latest Instagram post, Brown has told the Raiders to release him.

This comes after plenty of friction between the team and Brown. On Friday night, Brown posted a video of a phone call between Jon Gruden on a Youtube video. Gruden reportedly loved the video.

On Wednesday, Brown got into a confrontation with general manager Mike Mayock over fines he was giving for missing mandatory team activities. He apologized to the team on Thursday and was afterwards permitted by the team to play on Monday night.

Now according to ESPN’s Jeff Darlington, Brown will not play for the team after they voided his guaranteed money.

This isn’t the final chapter in this saga and more will be updated as the story progresses.


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