Oakland Raiders wideout Antonio Brown returned to coaching camp Tuesday in Napa, Calif., sooner or later after shedding his helmet criticism with the NFL.
Would possibly 28, 2019; Alameda, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown (84) participates all over arranged staff actions on the Raiders apply facility. Necessary Credit score: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports activities
Brown had no longer been with the staff since he left apply early on July 30.
The 31-year-old veteran had sought permission to put on his previous helmet, which is now not qualified.
“We’re operating with the NFL regarding the helmet,” Brown advised newshounds. “I’ll be ensuring I put at the proper equipment-approved helmet and be in a position to move in a while … We’re operating with the NFL to ensure we’re following the entire proper procedures.”
Professional Soccer Communicate reported Monday that the NFL will let Brown put on his most popular Schutt Air Benefit helmet if he can in finding one this is not up to 10 years previous.
On Tuesday, Brown became to Twitter for assist finding one. “I’m on the lookout for a Schutt Air Benefit Grownup Massive Helmet that was once manufactured in 2010 or after. In change I will be able to business a signed apply worn @Raiders helmet,” he posted.
Brown stays out of shape as a result of blistering ft, the results of a frostbite mishap all over cryogenic treatment.
“I think much better. Operating in opposition to 100 p.c,” he mentioned.
“It’s been a procedure with the ft. Anytime you were given a large number of blisters, it’s laborious to switch path, lower and run and have the ability to do what I do naturally. I’m beginning off on a just right foot. I’ve been away getting a large number of paintings. I’m excited to simply transfer ahead.”
Trainer Jon Gruden mentioned he was once not sure when Brown would apply however expressed self belief the receiver would play within the season opener in opposition to the Denver Broncos on Monday, Sept. nine.
“Clearly it’s nice to have him again,” Gruden mentioned on NFL.com. “We’ve had a sexy just right figuring out — regardless of what other people assume — of what’s going to occur. Now we’re in a position to get rolling.”
The Raiders bought the seven-time Professional Bowl variety from the Pittsburgh Steelers in a business in March and later signed him to a three-year, $50.125 million contract.
He stuck a minimum of 100 passes and exceeded 1,200 receiving yards in each and every of the previous six seasons with the Steelers. He gave the impression in 130 video games with Pittsburgh from 2010-18, catching 837 passes for 11,207 yards and 74 touchdowns.
—Box Degree Media