In April, Brown settled the lawsuit brought by the guardian of a 2-year-old boy alleging "intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault" after items flung from the 14th floor of The Mansions at Acqualina almost hit the child. He reportedly threatened to retire from the game altogether over his helmet, but that's in the past with him expected to come back.
"I'm not going to say anything else, but I'm very optimistic after what I saw tonight", Gruden said after the game, in which Oakland built a 26-0 lead, with its defensive starters playing four series against No. 1 draft pick Kyler Murray.
"I'm extremely grateful to be here", Brown said while speaking to reporters on Tuesday.
"My feet are pretty much getting circumcised, right?" he said. Feel sorry for me later. I've got a handsome career.
After being without his prized offseason acquisition because a cryotherapy chamber mishap led to frostbite, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden was happy to see Brown back on the field.
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Getting injured while traveling overseas is basically everyone's nightmare, and things only got worse for Brown, who had to let a doctor cut open his foot multiple times so that a cloudy white fluid could be released from the giant blisters that had formed on the bottom of his feet.
"Now, it's just like new skin, I'm just trying to get my feet used to feeling that, but I feel like I've just got a big whoopee cushion".
Agent Drew Rosenhaus called the injuries on Brown's feet "brutal" and Brown left camp last week to meet with a specialist. The foot injury that's sidelined him for most of training camp didn't appear to limit the seven-time Pro Bowler. "You know, it's been a unusual, odd couple weeks, with frostbite and the helmet grievance. But we've weathered the storm".
Carr also said he was encouraged. "Now we're ready to get rolling".
But Antonio Brown for one is not in favour. "I could care less what anybody else thinks".