Antonio Brown’s time with the Oakland Raiders is up in the air, and a former NFL linebacker thinks that if he doesn’t get another chance in Oakland, his NFL career is probably over.

Emmanuel Acho said on ESPN’s Get Up that with how public this saga has been, and how this is the second team he has burned bridges with, he isn’t sure how another team will take a chance on him.

The latest incident involved Brown having a fight with general manager Mike Mayock and now the team is deciding if they want to suspend him. If he is suspended the team can go after his guaranteed money and probably release him without actually paying him a dime.

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According to David Carr, the brother of Raiders quarterback Derek Carr the team had a meeting with Jon Gruden and said they would support whatever they decided to do.

“They’ve gone to bat for this guy,” David Carr said via Pro Football Talk. “With the helmet, missing practices, through all that Jon Gruden, Derek, a lot of the players… they like Antonio Brown. They want him to be part of this team. But then you do things that are irrational and we try to sit up here and explain irrational moves and the things and actions that he does and try to defend him, it’s almost impossible to do.”

As long as Brown is on the Raiders, the drama will follow them, and the team needs to decide if it’s worth it.