PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Antonio Brown saga continues in Oakland, and the wide receiver will now play in Monday night’s game.
“Antonio’s back today, we’re really excited about that. Ready to move on,” head coach Jon Gruden told reporters in Oakland.
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#Raiders coach Jon Gruden now confirms: WR Antonio Brown won’t be suspended and will play Monday night. Quite a 24 hours.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 6, 2019
Brown allegedly issued an “emotional apology” in the team meeting this morning.READ MORE: Volunteers Sought For Days Of Service In Honor Of Tree Of Life Victims
Yesterday Brown was reportedly suspended after getting into a yelling match with general manager Mike Mayock and threatening him.MORE NEWS: 'Sounded Like A Freight Train': Washington County Residents Say Storm Lasted Just Minutes, But Cleanup Will Go On For Days
ESPN’s Ed Werder said the Raiders fined Brown an “unspecific amount” and he’s “not happy.”
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