Star wide receiver Antonio Brown has been on three NFL rosters within the past eight months. All three teams took a cap hit this season due to Brown and two are in current contract disputes with him.
The Oakland Raiders released Brown before the season kicked off. He quickly signed withe the New England Patriots, but was released late last week.
Now both teams are locked in contract disputes with the talented wide receiver. New England reportedly owes Brown the $9 million signing bonus he signed for before Week 2.
As for the Oakland Raiders, the team attempted to void his contract after his misconduct. However, according to a report from NFL insider Jeremy Fowler, the NFLPA is fighting to earn Brown some of that lost money.
"NFLPA working through scenarios for an Antonio Brown grievance against the Oakland Raiders, per source. Among items under consideration to try to recoup: Three fines, unpaid Week 1 salary, base salaries of $14.625/$14.5 million and $1M signing bonus," Fowler said.
Will Brown actually see any of that money? Initial reports suggested the answer was no, but with the NFLPA involved, anything is possible.
Brown's future in the league is very much in question, but he made it clear he wants to play again.