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New England reportedly sealed Antonio Brown for a 2019 deteriorate after a receiver perceived his recover from a Oakland Raiders.
Toward a finish of Antonio Brown’s brief army with a Oakland Raiders, he expelled a professionally constructed video of a private review between him and manager Jon Gruden.
The video was expelled Friday night, hours after Brown had reportedly apologized to his teammates for his outburst on ubiquitous manager Mike Mayock. At that point, it seemed Brown was going to play for a Raiders during their opening diversion opposite a Denver Broncos. However, hours after a video was released, Brown was fined, mislaid his guaranteed income and demanded to be released.
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Questions fast arose about either Gruden knew he was being available and either he was excellent with Brown and his group regulating a review in a video. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported Gruden was “amused” by a video and that it “wasn’t a final straw.”
Alejandro Narciso, a male who constructed a video in question, told ESPN’s “Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz” on Monday that Gruden gave him accede to use a phone call.
He pronounced Brown texted Gruden a video and a manager responded with 3 texts:
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“Wow, we adore it.”
“I adore it.”
Narcisco pronounced he was in astonishment of Gruden’s reaction.
The video was posted after that night and shortly after Brown asked to be released.
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Brown sealed with a New England Patriots on Saturday, finale his brief reign with Oakland.