Earlier this weekend, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden spoke for his team saying “I think we're all disappointed” in Antonio Brown's continued absence from practice.
But yesterday, we found out why the newest Oakland Raiders wide receiver started training camp on the non-football injury list.
Because it turns out Brown went to see a foot specialist on Saturday after missing several days of practice at training camp and—while Brown has not been ruled out for an extended period of time—he is now considered day-to-day after the visit to the doctor.
Now, Brown was activated from that list on July 28, but all he has done since then was a pre-practice walkthrough last Sunday and the early stages of practice Tuesday.
And what’s worse is there will be HBO cameras all over training camp this summer filming Hard Knocks—which Antonio can’t resist.
How is his foot going to heal when he keeps putting it in his mouth?