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Antonio Brown airs out frustration with Raiders, posts fine letter to Instagram

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 4 September 2019
After clashing with the Raiders regarding a helmet issue, Antonio Brown posted a letter from the team informing of his fines.
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News video: Antonio Brown’s Baby Mama Receiving THREATS As Raiders Plan To Possibly CUT Him From The Team!

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The Antonio Brown saga takes a new turn now that his baby mama is starting to receive death threats! We also got the final verdict on if AB will be playing the teams opener and I don’t think it’s much of a surprise on if he’ll play or not.

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