Antonio Brown apparently doesn’t like rules, especially NFL rules…
After filing grievances against the NFL for not allowing him to wear a helmet deemed unsafe according to league policies, the Raiders WR is now mad at his own team for fining him per an NFL rule mandating all players show up to work.
In is first year with his new team in Oakland, Brown skipped training camp this season with reasons wavering between his frostbitten feet and his helmet saga. Due to his absence, the team issued Brown a 40,000 fine.
After skipping a mandatory walk through on August 22, the team handed Brown yet another fine, this one totaling 13,950.
Brown took a photo of the document and posted it to his Instagram account.
— Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) September 4, 2019
Perhaps calling out your employer for handing down consequences for skipping work isn’t the best route to go down…