The Raiders open up their 2019 regular-season schedule in five days, and the Antonio Brown drama still hasn't stopped.
The Raiders star receiver continued his head-scratching offseason Wednesday morning by taking a jab at his own team on Instagram. Brown posted fines from Raiders general manager Mike Mayock on his Instagram story, and the four-time All-Pro added the caption, "When your own team want to hate but there's no stopping me now."
In the picture Brown posted, he was fined for failing to participate in the Raiders' walk through on Aug. 22, and he previously was fined on Aug. 18 for missing the team's training camp.
Brown, in his first season with the Raiders, missed a majority of training camp dealing with extreme frostbite on his feet and fighting the NFL's new helmet rule.
When Brown missed training camp on Aug. 18, Mayock sent him a clear message.
"From our perspective, it's time for him to be all-in or all-out," Mayock said to a group of reporters.
Brown has vowed to be all-in after losing his second helmet grievance. The headaches for the Raiders aren't going to stop any time soon, though.