Antonio Brown not present for start of Raiders’ OTAs


By Kevin Patra

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Antonio Brown used to be now not noticed at the open up of Oakland Raiders voluntary organized crew activities.
The movie megastar receiver wasn’t on the sphere with teammates for Tuesday’s voluntary session, in step with NFL Community’s MJ Acosta.
Brown had been a participant in outdated portions of the crew’s voluntary offseason exercises. A explanation for his absence Tuesday is for the time being unknown.
Plenty of gamers — from Tom Brady to Julio Jones to Le’Veon Bell, etc. — exercise their lustrous to skip voluntary exercises, even as golf equipment transfer into crew-drill portions of exercises with the open up of OTAs. Given Brown’s offseason, which brought a fight with the Pittsburgh Steelers, a trade to Oakland and a recent contract, his absence from voluntary sessions is valuable.

Voluntary OTA’s underway in Alameda. #Raiders QB Derek Carr going thru drills. Antonio Brown is now not out on the sphere. AB has been an active participant throughout the spring. @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/EwVkNXBW5h— MJ Acosta (@MJAcostaTV)
Could 21, 2019

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