Brown has gone 'radio silent' on the Oakland Raiders, reports suggest

Oakland Raiders' wide receiver Antonio Brown who has not fully participated in a practice during training camp this year posted

AB is reportedly suffering from frostbite on his feet from using a cryotherapy machine without the proper shoes, according to Chris Simms of Pro Football Talk. Next week, an arbitrator will meet with Brown and they will decide whether or not he gets his helmet back.

A barefoot Antonio Brown recently had his feet frost bitten in a cryotherapy chamber in France, the supposed reason he's been away from training camp with his new team, the Oakland Raiders, as he seeks another medical opinion. "We don't play with Roethlisberger no more", Brown explained to his bemused son.

The incredibly freakish report is another PR blow for the team with the controversial and polarizing Brown, who had reportedly gone 'radio silent' with the team Thursday, and was already missing time because of a 'frostbite' injury to his feet that he allegedly suffered while in cryotherapy.

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From Inside Training Camp: #Raiders WR Antonio Brown is still day-to-day with his troublesome feet after what team sources describe as a cryogenic chamber mishap. That could determine whether Brown takes the field for the Raiders this season. Antonio Brown works harder than 90 percent of any player in the league. The Raiders got Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers in a trade deal and had to give their third and fifth-round draft pick in exchange.

The situation appears to only have gotten worse from there as Pittsburgh NBC affiliate WPXI reports the former Steeler has gone "radio silent" and the Raiders have "zero clue where he is or what the progress of the foot injury is". However, Brown went to see a foot specialist this week. After recent reports that he's unhappy with new rules that won't allow him to wear the same helmet he's worn his entire career, he's now escalating the issue.

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