NAPA VALLEY (KDKA) — After frozen feet and a helmet dispute with the NFL, Antonio Brown is back in Napa Valley.

Brown arrived to Raiders Training Camp with agent Drew Rosenhaus by his side.

“Antonio Brown walks on to field with agent Drew Rosenhaus @KPIXtv”

The superstar receiver was dealing with a foot injury after burning his feet in a cryotherapy chamber last month. He also lost a grievance against the NFL to wear his old helmet in practices and games. The helmet is now banned from use in the league because of safety concerns. He is currently on the hunt for a similar model that is a year newer and has offered a reward to anyone who can supply him with the specific bucket.

“Antonio Brown returns to @Raiders training camp in Napa. “I’m excited to be back.” He’s expected to be ready for Week 1.”

“I’m extremely grateful to be here,” Brown said. “Been dealing with a lot of adversity. I am excited to be back to see my teammates and get in the grove of things here shortly.”

The Raiders expressed their happiness with the wideout back in camp Tuesday afternoon as well.

“Good to have you back, 84.”

“These guys are doing a good job of supporting me,” Brown said. “It’s grateful to hear them come out about it and I am excited here to do my job.”

According to his agent, Brown has located versions of the helmet that can be approved by the NFL.

“Drew Rosenhaus on Antonio Brown: “We’ve located helmets that have been manufactured within the past 10 years.” Now working to get helmet certified and cleared for usage. “Hopefully we’re going to get this behind us soon.”

Rosenhaus went on to say that the retirement talk was not legitimate.

“Agent Drew Rosenhaus said Raiders WR Antonio Brown been away primarily to week “treatment for frost bite and blisters. … I don’t think there was ever any legitimacy to the retirement talk.”

He also mentioned there could be legal action taken against the cryotherapy company he used when he burned his feet.

“Agent Drew Rosenhaus hints there could be a “legal process” between Antonio Brown and the cryotherapy treatment facility following frostbite injury to feet.”