Antonio Brown’s Text Messages To Raiders Owner Mark Davis Asking For Release Submitted As Evidence Against Him In $30 Million Grievance Case

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It’s not looking good for Antonio Brown in his grievance case against the Oakland Raiders.

After getting released by the Raiders and the Patriots this season, Brown is looking to recoup nearly $40 million lost in guaranteed money he believes is owed to him.

Brown is asking for $30 million from the Raiders alone.

Brown’s grievance includes a challenge of the Raiders’ discipline, which resulted in roughly $215,000 in fines. He’s also seeking a week of salary from when he requested to be released from Oakland — $860,294. He’s looking for payment of the guarantees for 2019 and 2020 — $29 million — plus his signing bonus of $1 million, which was divided into two workout bonuses.

Apparently, Brown’s case against the Raiders took a hit when the team submitted text messages AB sent to owner Mark Davis asking for his release from the team on September 7th.

Early this morning Brown posted a video on Youtube describing his time away from football and how he hopes to make a comeback soon.