The first round of fines by the Raiders set Antonio Brown off.
And now, the team has fined the All-Pro receiver again for his blow-up directed at general manager Mike Mayock due to the initial fines.
Got all that? Good.
ESPN's Ed Werder, citing a source, reported Friday that the Raiders have fined Brown an "unspecified amount for his unprofessional behavior."
Source: The #Raiders fined WR Antonio Brown an unspecified amount for his unprofessional behavior in a recent interaction with GM Mike Mayock. “He’s been fined and he’s not happy,” the source said.— Ed Werder (@WerderEdESPN) September 7, 2019
Round and round we go.
It appeared as though the Raiders and Brown had buried the hatchet Friday. The wideout reportedly apologized to his teammates during a meeting in the morning, and the team decided not to suspend him.
Later in the afternoon, coach Jon Gruden announced that Brown will indeed play in Monday night's season opener against the Broncos.
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All seemed calm.
But now, with this latest fine, there's no telling how Brown will react. Hopefully for everyone's sanity, Brown was made aware of this fine and it was part of the agreement not to suspend him.,