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Raiders plan to suspend Antonio Brown after WR's exchange with GM Mike Mayock, per report

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An ESPN report indicated that yet another incident occurred between the Raiders and Antonio Brown that will lead to further discipline.
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Antonio Brown and Raiders general manager Mike Mayock "got into it" on Wednesday and the team is reported to be planning a suspension. Vern Glenn reports. (9-5-19)

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