OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Although Antonio Brown's time with the Raiders was short, it was eventful.
In March, the Raiders acquired the four-time All-Pro receiver from Pittsburgh in exchange for a third and fifth round pick. The Raiders gave him a three-year, $50 million contract.
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In July, Brown was unable to practice after getting frostbite on his feet during a cryotherapy session.
He missed practice in August while fighting the NFL over his helmet now banned for safety reasons. Raiders' general manager Mike Mayock issued Brown a $40,000 fine.
Brown returned to the team the following day but then missed a mandatory workout before an exhibition game on August 22nd, leading to a second fine.
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On Wednesday, Brown had a confrontation with Mayock over previous fines. That led to yet another fine Saturday morning.
All those fines voided $29 million in guaranteed money.
Brown then asked to be released, saying he won't play after losing guarantees.
Hours later, the Raiders cut him from the team.
Antonio Brown's eventful time with Oakland Raiders