Raiders star Antonio Brown apologizes for furniture throwing incident
New Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown took to Twitter to apologize for an incident where the star receiver threw furniture over a balcony.
In a post that was later deleted, Brown said the following.
“The legal dispute between Ophir Sternberg and me has been resolved, with a confidential sum of funds being donated to charity.”
The dispute was resolved in April and it is unknown how much money is being donated to charity.
Ophir Sternberg claimed that his 22-month-old son was almost struck by a large ottoman and vases being flung for an upscale condo in Miami.
Brown comes to Oakland with a lot of baggage under his belt, with constant complaints on the football field. The 30-year-old receiver often argued with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and even had a social media spat with his former teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster after he was named the Pittsburgh Steelers’ team MVP.
Oakland felt that Brown was worth the risk, who amassed 11,207 receiving yards on 837 catches in nine seasons with the Steelers.
Brown is also a seven-time Pro-Bowler and four-time All-Pro.
Raiders fans will get to see Brown relatively soon, as veterans are required to report to Raiders Training Camp on July 26 with the first practice on July 27.