Extra Points: AB, Castonzo, Cowboys, Browns

Antonio Brown will soon be battling the Raiders off the field. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler tweets that the wideout’s grievance against the organization will be heard by an arbitrator in May. Brown filed a grievance over lost wages, including more than $30MM in guaranteed money.

Meanwhile, his grievance against the Patriots has yet to be scheduled, according to Fowler. Brown would be looking to recoup some of his $9MM signing bonus.

Let’s check out some more notes from around the NFL…

  • Colts offensive lineman Anthony Castonzo is set to hit free agency, and GM Chris Ballard is confident that the 31-year-old can still contribute for several years. The executive recently said during a radio appearance that the left tackle has three or four years left in the tank (via Albert Breer of SI.com).
  • Keith O’Quinn won’t continue as the Cowboys special teams coach, but he’ll stick around with the organization. The veteran coach has accepted the role of director of advance scouting (via Charean Williams of ProFootballTalk.com). O’Quinn has been with the Cowboys for 13 years, including the past 10 on the coaching staff. He spent the 2018 and 2019 seasons as Cowboys’ ST coach, but he was replaced by John Fassel after Mike McCarthy was hired as head coach.
  • The Browns announced today that Jeremy Garrett has been hired as the assistant defensive line coach. He’ll work alongside DL coach Chris Kiffin, who was actually a graduate assistant at Ole Miss back when Garrett was a player. “I think we have both grown as coaches,” Garrett told Andrew Gribble of the team’s website. “I bet night and day he has grown from when he was a GA and coached me, and I have grown from when I was a player and starting off my coaching career. So I think we are both at a point that we have grown a ton and we are looking forward to continuing that growth together.”
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11 comments on “Extra Points: AB, Castonzo, Cowboys, Browns

  1. 3Tavgreg

    Suing the Raiders is not going to endear many teams into giving AB another chance.

        • compassrose

          Hey your ignorance is showing. Sarcasm buy a book and learn about it. Probably need pics to help out. I would have put sarcasm under it but felt it was too obvious. The whole world hates us is getting old. Well the whole world does hate you right after Cowboy fans.

          I was down in Ecuador in this little village you had to hike 10 miles to after a 3 hr drive. When one of the kids found out I was American he asked me why are Dallas fans so bad and right behind them Pats fans? I said I don’t know but I sure hope gibba can figure out the part of me being in Ecuador isn’t true.

    • Ironman_4life

      While i agree with that and more, Every single article posted and every single comment posted is aNother victory for AB.

  2. raiderfurlife

    Doesn’t seem like a victory to me , he’s like another nail in his coffin

    • paddyo875

      I can’t speak for the poster, but it the implication seemed to refer to giving attention to bad actions.

      In that sense, you’d think AB would have a reality show on Bravo. Or maybe he does already…

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