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Antonio Brown Set to File NFL-Record $61 Million in Appeals

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Antonio Brown Set to File NFL-Record $61 Million in Appeals

Antonio Brown Set to File NFL-Record $61 Million in Appeals

Antonio Brown Set to File NFL-Record $61 Million in Appeals .

Brown is the first player in NFL history to file nine grievances and appeals at one time.

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The wide receiver is trying to recoup more than $61 million he believes is owed to him.

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The list of grievances and appeals filed by Brown includes .

A $1 million signing bonus from the Raiders, $29 million in salary guarantees from the Raiders, .

A $9 million signing bonus from the Patriots and $20 million from the Patriots for an option year in 2020.

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The Oakland Raiders fined Brown for conduct detrimental to the team and released him on Sep.

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Brown was released by the New England Patriots on Sep.

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After being accused of rape and sexual assault in two separate accounts

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