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Oakland Raiders Wide Receiver Antonio Brown Remains Cut Off From the Training Camp By a Mysterious Injury

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Newly acquired Oakland Raider’s wide receiver Antonio Brown starts the training camp on the non-football injury list. He has only participated twice in the pre-practice walk since the start of training camp. Raiders are unable to say what is ailing their recently acquired Pro Bowler.

On Friday, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden seemed a bit uncomfortable with Brown absence. Speaking via ESPN’S Paul Gutierrez, he said that they are disappointed and that they would like Brown to be in practice because he is an integral part of the team.

Brown was acquired from Pittsburgh Steelers in 2018. He is being counted as No.1 receiver and an essential aspect of Raider’s especially at this moment when quarterback Derek Carr isn’t doing well.

The training camp started a week ago, but Brown remained sidelined by unknown injury.

Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/raiders-jon-gruden-i-think-were-all-disappointed-in-antonio-browns-continued-absence-from-practice/ar-AAFfooy

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