Antonio Brown responds to $54K fines from the Raiders: ‘When your own team want to hate’ | NFL Live

Antonio Brown responds to $54K fines from the Raiders: ‘When your own team want to hate’ | NFL Live
Antonio Brown responds to $54K fines from the Raiders: ‘When your own team want to hate’ | NFL Live
He’S back at it I’ll, let you judge for yourself. He posted today on Instagram a photo of a fine letter he received for the team because he missed a walkthrough on August 22nd. Tagged it with this post, saying when your own team want to hate. But stopping me now Devil Is Alive. Everyone got to pay this year, so we clear now what I’m not clear on exactly what that meant, but I gather he doesn’t love the fine, but everyone’s got to pay being unhappy about something and making it in issue. When is it going to be the case where he’s on the field and one this team? Is it win games or to the quarterback? Doesn’T throw him the ball enough and we’re going to see the Instagram post as part of sideline Rants and that’s going to put a lot of pressure and air cargo? If I got to deal with something during a game? Comes from a bee’s expectation that things were cool right, because once he got his helmet endorsement you’re watching hard, not he’s got that report with Jon Gruden. I understand that you have to go through it he’s probably thinking everything is great and then I come back and you Molly want me with these fine, just like what’s going on particularly win their teams out there, who sometimes you know, take away the fine like when Marshawn Lynch was away from the team they took away. Finally came back that was already understood, he’s probably thinking I’m getting that start treatment, and then you don’t, but then the question is: should he have really expected that when just before the GM his first year as GM he’s going to set the tone with how he’s Dealing with the star player and – and you see that with the way that you put that $ 5 was a rude awakening for avee Player. Pro a b is a great player, but we’ve seen over the last six months and is addicted to Oakland he’s not a great Pro and that’s not the entire organization. You surely want his competitiveness in the way he practices and and his performances on the field. When you play wide receiver is catching 10 touchdowns 1300 supposed to act accordingly to what we perceive them to act like it’s just professionally. However, you’re hoping it’s not an indicator of the beginning of a rift between him and my everything was behind you and then act surprised that went in Pittsburgh that they had just started. Quarterbacks in for live streaming. Sports and premium content subscribe to ESPN + will see you there.
Dan Orlovsky, Josina Anderson and Marcus Spears react to Antonio Brown’s Instagram post about a letter he received from Oakland Raiders GM Mike Mayock indicating that he is getting fined $54K for missing time during NFL training camp.
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