On Thursday, it was reported that Oakland Raiders WR Antonio Brown was facing a suspension after getting into an altercation with general manager Mike Mayock over a fine that’s was handed down.
Today, details are bringing to emerge as to what was said during the ordeal.
According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson:
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.
The report also claims that Mayock tried to defuse the situation:
“[Mayock] was like, ‘I’m cool, I understand your displeasure,'” the source said. “[Mayock] sort of just like … just walked away because he saw it escalate.”
While Brown hasn’t officially been suspended by the team as of yet, he is already expected to miss Week 1 vs Broncos.