Report: Antonio Brown threatened to punch Mike Mayock in face

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That escalated quickly.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the argument between Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown and General Manager Mike Mayock didn’t get physical, but it included the threat.

Rapoport said that after screaming at each other Brown told Mayock that he’d hit him in the face, then punted a nearby football and said “Fine me for that.”

At this moment, the Raiders simply plan to suspend Brown, though they haven’t done it yet. That could be a moot point if threatening to assault the G.M. isn’t enough to merit punishment.

The next layer if intrigue will be whether it becomes an either-or for coach Jon Gruden, if he wants to back his G.M. or his star player. (Or frankly, whether Mayock needs the bother of working for a team that undoes his emphasis on character by trading for Brown and signing Richie Incognito and Vontaze Burfict).

It seems possible, if not likely, that putting all this toothpaste back in the tube will become an impossible task.

208 responses to “Report: Antonio Brown threatened to punch Mike Mayock in face

  1. Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.

  2. Vontaze doesn’t have character? Everyone hated Vontaze because he fought fire with fire. Ben, Bell and AB are all dopes and everyone is finally seeing it. Vontaze was Robin Hood.. A necessary evil.

  3. if i threatened my manager like this i’d be out on the street before i could even turn around.

  4. If this is true the Raiders would look far worse not suspending him than by doing so.
    A star player should not be this far “above the law”

    Lets face it (if he did indeed threaten to punch the GM) and he was the 52nd man on the roster he wouldn’t even be in the state of California anymore. If he was a star/relative star like player at the end of a contract/on a contract with little guarantee left he would have been cut or handed a lengthy suspension already.

  5. Just like a spoiled child, you need to put your foot down and show him who the actual boss is. If they back down its a signal to all the players that there is no rules.

  6. If there is anything positive to be taken away from this, it’s that it’ll be a lot tougher for Gruden to make Mike Mayock the fall-guy for this asinine acquisition which was 100% Gruden’s idea. But since Gruden has never had the integrity to take accountability, he will still try to shift the blame.

  7. Ellicott Raven says:
    September 5, 2019 at 1:34 pm
    Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.

    ****************************************************************************************

    No no its thinking like this that ruins teams. You cannot have a loose cannon on your team thinking the rules dont apply to them. Mayock is doing something i wish they would have done in Pittsburgh. AB needs a strong lesson, maybe losing 30 million in signing bonuses will do that. I hope the Raiders stick to their guns on this.

  8. This just screams the Raiders have decided they don’t want him, they knew exactly what that letter would do; make him erupt like a Volcano.

    Then low and behold miraculous in the contract sub paragraph D says AB we don’t have to pay you thanks for playing and better than that, he can’t play for anyone else.

    Don’t believe Mike Mayock didn’t know exactly what would happen here.

  9. Guess Davis is in hiding. And Gruden hired Mayock so I could see him torpedoing him and keeping Brown. Think I read somewhere that the CBA allows for a 4 week max for suspensions for conduct detrimental.

  10. Was that wrong? Should I have not done that? I gotta be honest with you, I gotta plead ignorance on this thing. If I knew that sort of thing was frowned upon, I would have not done that.

    -AB (probably)

  11. AND this ladies & gentlemen is why John Gruden should NOT be in charge of personnel decisions! Guarantee that the Raiders will lead the league in personal foul penalties!

  12. it’s pretty funny to see the readers of PFT quote scripture and call for AB to be excommunicated from the NFL…… while giving the leader of our country 30 miles of rope everyday

    couldn’t have anything to do with race though, definitely not!

  13. No respect for authority! AB grow up and stop being a prima donna! You are only one of 53 and if any of them missed a required practice or meeting they would be fined and they would accept it and not argue publically with the GM over it. How many millions of football players would give to be playing a sport and getting paid big bucks for it! Steelers must be smiling right now knowing the disruptive headache is gone.

  14. What would the narrative be or the outcry from certain factions be if a GM threatened to punch a player in the face?

  15. Oh man, this is downright hilarious. Watching this fool implode has been epic… Where does it end? Grab some popcorn y’all. I got mine… HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

  16. Wow, and here I thought Mayock may have wanted to punch Brown in the face and shove his article trashing the staff in his face.
    No matter, would not be shocked to see the wheels coming off this marriage by this PM with Brown giving up his 29 mil and them going after the 1m bonus.

  17. @icecake12 says:
    September 5, 2019 at 1:36 pm
    Vontaze doesn’t have character? Everyone hated Vontaze because he fought fire with fire. Ben, Bell and AB are all dopes and everyone is finally seeing it. Vontaze was Robin Hood.. A necessary evil.
    =============================================================================
    Do you acknowledge that Vontaze is the reason for AB acting the way he has ever since Burfict tried to decapitate him?

  18. As a Redskins fan….thank God we didn’t put him on the roster when there was rumors of it happening going around.

  19. Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.
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    Huh??? So you’re blaming Mayock for Brown’s threat? Your logic is quite flawed. You can’t keep letting people like Brown think they can get away with acting like a child without consequences.

  20. WELL THAT DIDN’T TAKE LONG!! Suspend him immediately and void his contract. This guy obviously has some type of impairment mentally there’s no question about it now. He just messed up his entire career BYE BYE contract with Oakland, and BYE BYE career. What team would take a chance on him now? Right none and don’t be surprised if Oakland moves to sue him to recoup their signing bonus money…IT’S O V E R!!

  21. not sure how Mayock will be able to show his face around other GMs and owners if he doesn’t make an example and cut this clown.

  22. What a mess. If Gruden/Mayock had any cojones at all and want to actually build this dumpster fire from the ground up the RIGHT way. They should suspend AB, then cut him, recoup the $29 million in guaranteed money and chalk it up to a massive failed experiment. If they get out now, it cost’s them $1 million, plus the 2 picks they gave away in the trade for AB. If they let the child get away with this temper tantrum, they lose all respect and credibility and are basically promoting the idea that Oakland is a breeding ground for team cancers to thrive.

  23. LOL!!!

    Good thing they did Hard Knocks and are focused on the TEAM. Really good teambuilding approaches by so many NFL teams.

    Gee, I wonder why the Pats are in the SB every year.

    Quick! Someone call Goodell and come up with a fresh framejob! bawahha

  24. AB gonna need a bail bondsman if he keeps this up and all along I thought Roethlisberger was the problem,,,

  25. I am sure AB thinks he has $30 million of salary that he can’t lose and therefore can act however foolish that he wants. But if he did in fact threaten physical violence to the team’s GM, then how they hell can the Raiders not suspend and then cut this clown? Also I don’t see any descent team picking him up.

    Even if the team doesn’t suspend him then the league should step in and issue a suspension . . . his behavior is out of control and should not be allowed to stand by the team and/or league. Actually after that outburst, if it is accurate, he should be put on the Commissioner Exempt List!

  26. “Get rid of this idiot”

    Brown, Mayock or both?

    Lolz

    Brown is not qualified for anything that requires a greater than kindergarten mental process, and Mayock was never in any way qualified to be a GM

  27. Cut him for conduct detrimental to the team, he loses over $29 Million, and the Raiders cut their losses to $1 million and a couple of mid-round draft picks. Antonio also finds out that no other team will sign him to a big contract because of his antics. He’ll be forced to play under cheap 1 year ‘show me’ deals for the remainder of his career. OHHHH…..how I hope this happens.

  28. ok, now Brown has gone completely nuts. The raiders have NO choice but to cut him. Mayock and Gruden will not be worthy of respect if this clown ever plays a down in a Raiders uniform. You CANNOT allow this. As a matter of fact Mayock should call the police and have him escorted off the property and banned from returning

  29. How long before the genius at the helmet place that gave him endorsement money gets canned cuz of this tard….

  30. Chance of Brown ever setting foot on the field in a Raiders uni for a regular season game is about 10% at this point, if that high.

  31. Remember when he was filming Tomlin’s locker room speech about not filming locker room speeches? Tomlin dropped the hammer on him by starting him the very next week in a blowout loss to the Patriots. Good times.

  32. cma1973 says:

    September 5, 2019 at 1:35 pm

    So now threatening to punch your boss in the face is a problem. What’s this world coming to?

    _____________________

    When you say it to him then yes it is a problem. How about you go into work tomorrow get into a argument with your boss then threatening to punch him/her in the face, and see if it would be a problem.

  33. You break the rules that are established for all NFL players. The same rules that they all abide by and understand. You are no different than the man in the next locker or the one across from yours. You are not entitled.

    Break the rules that everyone else adheres to and you run the risk of fines and if the behavior continues and escalates the punishment will also.

    Those are the facts of life….

    What part of this isn’t understood or clear by AB??? And does this man have an agent? Where is he and does the agent realize his money train could derail if behavior like this continues. I would want to calm things down and get this all back on track if I were him….

    This isn’t rocket science folks.. break the rules> pay the fine… same as you and I> if we speed and get caught… pay the fine and move on and learn from it all..

    Shame on this man and his behavior…

  34. What a disgrace. Dude you give me 20 million a year to play football I will be the best employee ever. No complaints ever. It’s a joke the way these athletes like to huff n puff about these unfair circumstances.. come on man.

  35. Mayock been trying to get a GM gig for years, he got one working with a guy that doesnt sleep or care about character..dont feel bad for him…

  36. Really, a guy on the wrong side of 30,decling skills, pushed out in Pittsburgh, overpaid by the train wreck raiders ? Who really cares

  37. Am I the only one that is not buying this quite yet? Short of actual physical confrontation, an argument with some typical male threat talk can lead to a suspension and void the guarantees of a rather significant contract?? I just can’t see that happening. Is the pursuant legal battle sure to follow ALSO worth the same headache the Raiders are trying to avoid here? A fine maybe, keep it moving and tell both men they have no reason to ever speak again.

    Then play some football finally.

  38. Forget the Raiders, the NFL should take this matter up as should the PA. A player threatening anyone especially a FO employee should be of concern. They should drop the hammer on him.

  39. well, this isn’t far from what words come out of any R4L fans mouth that wears the 84 jersey would say, right? Unfortunately or not, maybe, he has to be suspended for that. If not, the GM will be a pawn for all to kick around. Thats not what a good locker room is built on for sure.
    i’m bummed, this was to be my first game in oakland and still will be…

    but remember this, The Raiders didn’t have Brown when they beat the Donkeys 8 months ago. They don’t have to have him now. But for KC? i’m hoping on a 1 game suspension but at this point MM will want some guarantees back and maybe the signing bonus. If the Raiders have to do 4 games to get that money back now, then I think they will. Sure glad i handcuffed that silly boy…

    Raiders 18 Broncos 13

    mark it.

    Just Wynn Baby!

  40. I don’t think this guy wants to play. He’s looking for every excuse not to. It’s sad that he’s already rich. Would love to see him forced to have to make a real living like 99.9 percent of us.

  41. What an awful time for the Hard Knocks cameras to be out of the building…

  42. What a disgrace Antonio Brown is! Dude is totally blessed but doesn’t realize it. The Raiders should cut him! No one player’s bad attitude is BIGGER than the team!

    I’m amazed at how losers like this not only burn bridges in Pittsburgh, and now nukes his team in Oakland before playing a game! Yet, solid citizens like Colin Kaepernick, never in trouble with the law or his team, is banned from the league for taking a knee to protest obvious racial injustices in America the Beautiful. I’ll take Kaep any day over AB!

    AB’s NFL career should be over! No team should want to take on this disastrous migraine headache! Let him come join the REAL WORLD. And let him lose the $30m over a $53,000 fine fit! He had it all—and blew it!

  43. Go ahead and threaten to punch Bill Belichick in the face at practice, and I can promise you this much. The Fed Ex man would be waiting for you at your doorstep when you arrived home from Gillette Stadium with your letter from the team informing you that you’ve been suspended immediately for conduct detrimental to the team, and you’d be cut before you finished reading the letter

  44. No place in the NFL for a “Tool” like this. When is enough enough?
    Kick his butt to the curb and let him collect cans for a living at 5 cents each.

  45. This is the type player that has become the poster child of the NFL. You know the Steeler organization is watching with a big smile on their faces. All these so call football experts on YV shows that blamed anyone and everyone in Pittsburgh is seeing what Steeler fans have seen coming the last three years.

  46. The Hard Knocks producers are hating this took so long lol. Hope Mayock spanks ABs cry baby bottom like he deserves. All of this over fines I’m sure.

  47. antonio brown is a clown but they knew that when they acquired him. to enforce some petty fines for predictable behavior isn’t exactly getting off on the right foot, and now puts mayock in a situation where if he does nothing he looks worse than following through on the situation he has somewhat helped to create. raiders are likely headed for disaster. i imagine this team with peterman starting half way through the season, and not in a fairy tale ending kind of way.

  48. Maybe this kind of talk happens a lot behind the scenes and we never hear about it, but even if it was a non-serious threat in the heat of the moment, it’s hard to look at that and say no punishment is warranted. If only to set the right parameters for the rest of the team.

    Brown’s such a fool. Didn’t learn a thing from the Facebook thing in Pittsburgh. It’s one thing to make the same mistake again, but to fly off the handle *worse* this time?

  49. Patriots are getting awfully excited about now. This may be Brown’s next stop (sooner than later) where he can play nice for Belicek and ‘prove’ to everyone that “it’s you and not me.”

  50. Ellicott Raven says:
    September 5, 2019 at 1:34 pm
    Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.
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    Lol, blaming Mayock is a fantastic take. Is this Skip Bayless?

  51. How in the world does this guy even show back up for work? He threatened to punch his boss in the face…

  52. Ellicott Raven says:
    Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.

    — SMH, And therein lies the problem.

  53. If they suspend him, eliminating his guarantees, he’ll absolutely never play for the Oakland Raiders.

  54. So Brown is going to lose $29 million in guarantees over $52 thousand in fines.

    Some people are just too stupid for their own good. Like a financial Darwin Award winner.

  55. “Short of actual physical confrontation, an argument with some typical male threat talk can lead to a suspension and void the guarantees of a rather significant contract?? I just can’t see that happening. ”

    Its called conduct detrimental to the team and yes it certainly can and almost likely will get Brown suspended. They’d have to be spineless not to.

    Brown just threatened the GM of the team on the practice field in front of the entire team and coaching staff. What message would not suspending him be for the other players? They have to suspend him of there will be zero control over the other players for not only the rest of the season but for as long a Gruden and Mayock are there.

  56. “Patriots are getting awfully excited about now. This may be Brown’s next stop (sooner than later) where he can play nice for Belicek and ‘prove’ to everyone that “it’s you and not me.””

    Not in 1000 seasons would Belichick take this cancer on.

  57. If this was BB, he;d cut him outright on principle alone. A minor suspension like this is still a bad look.

    It’s not like it’s a heated disagreement which happens on every team in the heat of passion, etc. This is threatening bodily harm to a superior like that.

    Enabling the behavior is bad leadership.

  58. omnicron204 says:
    September 5, 2019 at 2:04 pm
    It’s like watching an episode of Ballers write itself in front of our eyes.

    Dude is crazy.
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    Actually it’s more believable and realistic than Ballers — Where you sue the NCAA and the NFL is up in arms over it in one episode and then the next episode the NFL wants you to be a team owner. Yea, that’s logical.

  59. Yup Tomlin is the problem. He controlled AB for 9 years and got all pro production out of him while keeps his nonsense to a minimum.
    He isn’t with the Raider 6 months and he’s threatening to punch the GM in the face.

    Gruden and Mayock couldn’t shine Tomlin’s shoes.

  60. unomasmore says:
    September 5, 2019 at 2:08 pm
    Patriots are getting awfully excited about now. This may be Brown’s next stop (sooner than later) where he can play nice for Belicek and ‘prove’ to everyone that “it’s you and not me.”
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    Lol. Offers to do a year at the vet minimum on the condition they use him to smite the other teams. Not even about winning, he just wants to feel like he got the last word on some folks.

    Why that wont happen – he would not make it through the season without a new drama popping over something somewhere. And Belichick is the fastest cut in football.

  61. We told them they would regret signing AB

    We explained AB was a distraction and team cancer.

    We screamed hallelujah, when AB left Pittsburgh.

    We explained how addition by subtraction works.

    YET, NO ONE BELIEVED US!

    Last laughs are best laughs.

    PS. Thanks for the draft picks!

    Sincerely,
    The Pittsburgh Steelers

  62. tylawspick6 says:
    September 5, 2019 at 2:14 pm
    If this was BB, he;d cut him outright on principle alone. A minor suspension like this is still a bad look.

    It’s not like it’s a heated disagreement which happens on every team in the heat of passion, etc. This is threatening bodily harm to a superior like that.

    Enabling the behavior is bad leadership.
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    If he cuts him without suspending him first, he is on the hook for $30M. A suspension voids the guaranteed money. It’s a technicality. He’s gone.

  63. Even though this blew up on the Raiders, cutting him now would probably give a nice psychological boost to the team heading into the opener and instill a solid football culture in their rookies.

  64. “Rapoport said that after screaming at each other Brown told Mayock that he’d hit him in the face, then punted a nearby football and said “Fine me for that.”

    Yup, this is definitely all Mike Tomlin’s fault — no question about it. We all know Tomlin’s teleporting into Brown’s brain from Pittsburgh and making him behave like this. If it wasn’t for Tomlin, Brown never would’ve said any of this stuff to Mayock or gone batsh*t crazy in general. Why put any responsibility on Brown when there’s Tomlin to blame? It’s a completely reasonable line of thinking.

  65. Please don’t link Vontaze Burfict to Antonio Brown and Richie Incognito when discussing character. Unlike Brown and Incognito, Burfict has never had off-field issues.

    Burfict’s problems involve hits made at full speed that are deemed too low or too high (or too hard).

  66. Every time I hear Antonio Brown’s name mentioned, I hear the music from the original Twilight Zone tv show being played.
    Rod Serling himself couldn’t have come up with a wackier character than Helmet Head Brown.

  67. Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.

    no, he WAS a superstar with Ben. Now he’s a cancer. Pittsburgh, as a city, is a great place to fight and beat cancer. Thats why he’s gone.

  68. As a ‘Skins fan, I’m so happy to have these guys around. Makes our front office look like The Brady Bunch.

  69. I think the thing that is being lost in this circus is that it goes FAR beyond a simple screaming match between a player and a GM. The screaming match was a climax to a LONG series of events when AB simply acted like HE was running the show. It’s not about the helmet story either, its about CONTINUALLY missing meetings and practices on NUMEROUS occasions.

    Easy to focus on the one altercation, and say they can fix it. But how can you fix something with a player who has decided he doesn’t want to be part of a team, and just play for it…..when he feels like it. Suspend him, get every last dollar you paid him, and move on.

    Great talent, great player, very sad story

  70. Threatens to punch the GM and isn’t suspended yet? No wonder he’s so arrogant and entitled. The Raiders are looking like idiots for having handled this the way they have. Sorry Raiders fans. I’m truly sorry you’re being put through this, on top of the team leaving again.

  71. steaksandwichandsteaksandwich says:
    September 5, 2019 at 2:30 pm
    Please don’t link Vontaze Burfict to Antonio Brown and Richie Incognito when discussing character. Unlike Brown and Incognito, Burfict has never had off-field issues.

    Burfict’s problems involve hits made at full speed that are deemed too low or too high (or too hard).

    *************************************************************************

    Don’t forget about tossing blatant cheapshot hits at people’s heads and twisting guy’s ankles and knees after play is whistled dead. Those are also Burfict’s problems.

  72. “Mayock isn’t his boss but he is a fellow employees. Davis is his boss.”

    Facepalm. I guess you don’t understand what the term “general manager” means. Yes, Mayock is his boss.

  73. told you all! i said he would not last more than 1 game before he was suspended or cut.

    i believe he is FORCING a trade because he hates the city, hates the team, hates the coach, hates the QB, and hates the GM.

    This is all a chess move by Brown. He wants to decide where he will play.

  74. oh no he said punch you in the face !!! man people are soft. yeah AB is acting like a total idiot but jeez people acting like he just murdered somebody, nobody ever had words with anybody at work before in their life? none of you? did anybody actually get punched? no.

  75. What kind of idiot are you? My god, the guy threatened to PUNCH HIS BOSS IN THE FACE! What world do you live in where that is ok? As far as I can tell, assuming the majority of reports are accurate, Mayock gets his feet cut out from under him at least once a week by Gruden. It’s impossible to even tell what kind of job he’s doing as GM because it seems pretty clear who really pulls the strings on decision making & it ain’t the GM. I wouldn’t blame Mayock at all if he bailed but fire him because he doesn’t know what he’s doing? Ridiculous, there’s no indication of that. If they don’t take this seriously and severely punish AB, he would be a fool to stay even. And I have no dog in the fight, I don’t care about the raiders, Mayock, Gruden..none of it. I do, however, kind of hate Antonio Brown now, never did before but I’ve had enough of the “me first” BS and the way he treats people is disgusting. From the helmet chronicles to this, it’s clear brown puts very little or no emphasis on playing football.

    Ellicott Raven says:
    September 5, 2019 at 1:34 pm
    Get rid of Mayock. This is what happens when you have a TV scout manage a team. He is simply not qualified to be GM. Just go back to your old job Mayock. They aren’t getting rid of a superstar player upon whom your livelihood and the team’s value depends.

  76. jonathankrobinson424 says:
    September 5, 2019 at 2:00 pm
    My question is this…for YEARS AB seemed to be professional & quiet WR in Pittsburgh. What the hell happened?
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    Too many years getting hit in the head with his uncertified helmet.

  77. Mmmpierogi…1) ravioli > pierogi 2) you just furthered his point that Burfict’s issues are on-field related. Guy may be a scumbag in between the lines but it’s better than beating on women & children outside of them

  78. lizzyisnoindian says:
    September 5, 2019 at 2:04 pm
    Go ahead and threaten to punch Bill Belichick in the face at practice, and I can promise you this much. The Fed Ex man would be waiting for you at your doorstep when you arrived home from Gillette Stadium with your letter from the team informing you that you’ve been suspended immediately for conduct detrimental to the team, and you’d be cut before you finished reading the letter

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    They would probably know the Fedex guy will be waiting for them at home after they weren’t allowed to keep their playbook as they left the facility

  79. Guess Mayock kept one trait from working in the media, acting like a tough guy. It was fair game for AB to show he got fined. At least he’s honest unlike Mayock who leaks stuff to his old buddies in the media.

  80. Washington Numbskins Football team
    1800ATEUP Boulevard
    Washington, DC 69696

    September 5, 2019

    Dear Oakland-LasVegas Rayduhs,

    We at Washington have long prided ourselves from having the off-season as our domain where we consistently do not have to share coverage of all things that we do that successful teams would never dream of doing. We never have to share the spotlight with the New England Patriots. We are usually giddy.

    However, this offseason you made the plunge into the area where we reside – along with brown things that float in water down the sewer.

    We are not amused.

    We thought long and hard about acquiring Antonio but didn’t have the money since we are still paying off our one-legged former starting QB. We are understandably distressed that you are now playing in our cat litter box.

    We are reserving the right of taking you to court before Judge Judy or Judge Rinder (since the NFL likes to play in England, we’ll bring our court case before him). We seriously are annoyed you’d go where we go and we just can’t have that.

    Sincerely,

    The Allen Brat and Daniel “Lil Napoleon” Snyder
    Brothers in Mediocrity, Inc

  81. Look- I do think that AB has a mental health problem and I am relieved that the Pats did not acquire him when he was on the market. That being said, who among us hasn’t wanted to punch Mike Mayock in the face?

  82. cadreamer1969 says:
    September 5, 2019 at 4:14 pm

    Guess Mayock kept one trait from working in the media, acting like a tough guy.

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    Mayock was a backup safety and starting special teams player on the NY Giants under coaches Bill Belichick and Bill Parcells. It’s pretty safe to say that he’s not acting.

  83. As the Great AL Davis said… “just win baby”.

    Mayock in the office or Brown on the field… Pick one.

    Guess what I think is gonna happen.

  84. o ahead and threaten to punch Bill Belichick in the face at practice, and I can promise you this much. The Fed Ex man would be waiting for you at your doorstep when you arrived home from Gillette Stadium with your letter from the team informing you that you’ve been suspended immediately for conduct detrimental to the team, and you’d be cut before you finished reading the letter

    Yep because bill Belichick is the only coach that wouldn’t stand for this

  85. sigbouncer says:
    September 5, 2019 at 4:11 pm
    Jon Gruden “I’m done talking about that guy, I’ve been talking about him every damn day”

    AB gone…

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    That’s funny because on Hard Knocks Gruden hardly ever talked about AB. Hard Knocks deserves to be roasted for what they let Gruden hide behind the scenes.

  86. Somehow it seems slightly unfair to Burfict and Incognito, to have their names mentioned in this post. They both have been with the team basically the same amount of time as A.B.; but we have yet to hear of any ‘problems’ involving them. Just maybe they hear and understand the Raiders message, and A.B. is the Raiders version of an anomaly.

  87. Wow, coming from a die-hard Steeler game, I must regretfully say that it’s hard not to find some enjoyment in watching this fiasco.
    Although Brown should have simply punched the football, while threatening to punt Mayock with his cryo-frozen foot.
    On a more serious note though, I think AB may need psychological counseling. Maybe Burflict’s near decapitation of him a few seasons back truly is showing ramifications now.

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