Following Antonio Brown’s release from the Oakland Raiders, the players that remained with Oakland had to face media scrutiny. Among them, Derek Carr declined to speak after he seemed to be overwhelmed with the news.

When Brown arrived to the Raiders earlier this offseason, the first player he visited was Carr. The veteran receiver showed up to the doorstep of Carr’s house in Oakland to begin building a rapport with his new quarterback.

In the short time that Brown spent with the Raiders, it seemed as if the two were becoming good friends on and off of the field. That was until the team began to fine the receiver for missing practices and getting involved in an altercation with general manager Mike Mayock.

Throughout his final moments with the team, Brown unfollowed Carr on Instagram. In today’s society, unfollowing someone on social media spells the end of the relationship between the people involved.

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Just a day before his release from the team, Brown stood next to all of the captains on the roster to apologize for his actions. Amid the players there, Carr was one of the team captains who accepted his apology and was ready to move on.

Brown literally moved on by demanding his release from the team the following day, with the Raiders doing what had to be done. Now, with Brown relocating to the New England Patriots, Carr will be focused on getting the ball to his new No. 1 receiver Tyrell Williams.

Unfortunately for Carr, the questions pertaining to Brown aren’t going to cease any time soon.