Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown, after a confrontation with general manager Mike Mayock on Wednesday in which disparaging language was used by Brown, has issued “an emotional apology” at a team meeting on Friday morning, a source told ESPN.

The source said Brown issued the apology with team captains “standing with him” and that the team “treated him like a family member” afterward.

Coach Jon Gruden also wouldn’t divulge any specifics, saying after practice Thursday that the Raiders would “have an official announcement later.”

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Looks like they’re ready to move on. 

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