Brown was invigorated by the news, and he was also thrilled to later join the Patriots. The news that he was coming to New England was a surprise, but his release from the Raiders was anything but after a string of unusual bitterness and feuding. Brown joined the Raiders in March and was there for less than six months.
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Brown took to social media to announce the deal in his own way, posting a picture of himself with a Patriots jersey and hat. I have worked my whole life to prove that the system is blind to see talent like mines. Now that everyone sees it, they want me to conform to that same system that failed me all those years.
Nine years ago, as the Pittsburgh Steelers opened training camp for the season, head coach Mike Tomlin assessed the future of sixth-round pick Antonio Brown and Brown's fellow rookie receivers. They're rookies. But I like what they're doing.
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The Oakland Raiders announced Saturday in a tweet that they had released wide receiver Antonio Brown. On Friday, Brown published a highly-produced YouTube video that included a recording of a call between himself and head coach Jon Gruden. On Saturday, Brown posted a graphic on Instagram that read "You are gonna piss a lot of people off when you start doing what's best for you.
Outrageous Comparisons on Halloween Weekend. Yes, I used the word "outrageous," because what has happened to the Oakland Raiders in the past seven years is outrageous. Having the audacity to compare aspects of the Oakland Raiders franchise with the New Orleans SaintsIndianapolis Coltsand Pittsburgh Steelers is probably going to piss somebody off—and it is a good thing to get a little agitated.
The continuing Antonio Brown saga never sleeps. Roughly 12 hours removed from releasing a video on YouTube of a conversation between himself and Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden, Brown posted a message on Instagram that most notably included the line, "Release me raiders. It begins with a post: "You are gonna piss a lot of people off when you start doing what's best for you. Brown's comment on the post then reads: "And that's fine!
Less than 24 hours after Antonio Brown was reinstated and seemingly on track to appear in the season opener for the Oakland Raidersthere is unrest, once again, between player and team. On Saturday morning, the All-Pro wide receiver took to his Instagram account to express the desire to be released by the Raiders. I have worked my whole life to prove that the system is blind to see talent like mines.