Antonio Brown took to Instagram to ask for his release from the Oakland Raiders on Saturday morning, and quarterback Derek Carr is having difficulty understanding the whole situation.

Carr’s, brother, former NFL quarterback David Carr, says that Derek told him “they have no choice but to move on and get ready to play the Broncos as if he’s not on the team,” per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

David added that Derek is “trying to wrap his brain” around what is going on with Brown, noting that Derek was unable to even get Brown on the phone the other day.

Brown and Carr instantly bonded when the Raiders traded for Brown back in March, so the fact that the wide receiver has essentially been giving Carr the cold shoulder is certainly odd, but still par for the course for Brown.

It has been a tumultuous week in what has been a tumultuous offseason overall for Brown.

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The 31-year-old was hit with a $54,000 fine by Oakland earlier this week for missing time during training camp. Displeased over the penalty, Brown posted the fine letter the Raiders sent him on Instagram.

He then confronted Oakland general manager Mike Mayock in practice on Wednesday in a heated dispute that nearly turned physical before linebacker Vontaze Burfict stepped in to restrain Brown.

The Raiders then debated whether or not they should suspend Brown, with some suggesting that Oakland should void the $30 million it owes Brown in guaranteed money and then release him.

But after Brown apologized to the team on Friday, it was announced that the wideout would be playing during the Raiders’ season opener against the Denver Broncos on Monday night.

However, the Raiders voided the guaranteed money in his deal, making his contract week to week. Brown then asked for his release.