Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown allegedly called his General Manager Mike Mayock a “cracker” in middle of practice, then promptly apologized.
According to multiple reports, Brown and Mayock got into a heated argument during practice on Wednesday in which Brown threatened to punch Mayock in the face. ESPN reported that Brown used “disparaging language.”
Can’t help to notice that he didn’t mention the General Manager Mike Mayock.
Antonio Brown issued an apology to his teammates and the Raiders organization. pic.twitter.com/io8sYPfTLW
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 6, 2019
Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown, after a confrontation with general manager Mike Mayock on Wednesday in which disparaging language was used by Brown, has issued “an emotional apology” at a team meeting on Friday morning, a source told ESPN.
The source said Brown issued the apology with team captains “standing with him” and that the team “treated him like a family member” afterward.
On Wednesday, Brown initiated a discussion with Mayock midway through practice, resulting in the confrontation that had sparked the team’s impasse with the player, according to a team source.
A Raiders source confirmed Brown was unhappy with the fine levied by the team and, seeing Mayock watching practice, walked over and initiated an exchange with the GM. The Raiders source confirmed information from another league source who said Brown called Mayock a “cracker” and unleashed a barrage of “cuss words” during the altercation. More
So a minority attacking a white person with racist words still gets paid millions of dollars? But reverse the situation and you’re branded a racist, doxed and lose your job under the threat of violence?
When you realize you were about to lose 30M guaranteed.
— Isaiah Goatmas☘49-33☘ (@CelticsIn2) September 6, 2019
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His words say “I’m sorry” his tone and demeanor say “I need my money”
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