Raiders WR Antonio Brown to play Monday, Jon Gruden says

Antonio Brown warms up before the NFL preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on August 15.

(CNN)After what a turbulent few days for the Oakland Raiders, it appears Antonio Brown will take the field on Monday.

Brown, who reportedly got into a non-physical altercation with Raiders general manager Mike Mayock on Wednesday, apologized at a team meeting Friday morning.
"Antonio is back today," head coach Jon Gruden told reporters at Friday's practice. "We're really excited about that. We're ready to move on. He's obviously had a lot of time to think about things. We're happy to have him back, and I know Raider nation is excited about that too."
Gruden was asked if Brown would play Monday night in the team's regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos.
    "That's the plan, yes," Gruden said.
    Brown briefly addressed reporters with a statement but took no questions on Friday.
    "I'm excited to be out here today," Brown said. "I want to apologize to my teammates, the organization. Enough talk, man. I'm excited to be out here with my teammates. I'm grateful for all the fans. I'm excited to be a part of the Raiders, and I'll see you guys soon."

    Brown not at practice Thursday

    Brown was not at the team facility on Thursday, Mayock said that day. The team did not say why or if he was being disciplined.
    "Antonio Brown is not in the building today," Mayock told reporters Thursday. "He won't be practicing. I don't have any more information for you right now. And when I have some, and it becomes appropriate, you guys will all get it, I promise you. But that's it for today."
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