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Antonio Brown finally has a helmet, but it appears his troubles are not over. The Oakland Raiders wide receiver was not at the team facility on Thursday, general manager Mike Mayock told reporters. The team did not say why or if he was being disciplined.
The All-Star pitcher's plane crashed in early November after it was seen flying erratically. Former All-Star MLB pitcher Roy Halladay, who died last year when the plane he was piloting crashed into the Gulf of Mexicohad traces of drugs in his system during the accident, an autopsy report released Friday revealed. Petersburg, Florida, on November 7. After his retirement, Halladay took up his passion for flying, following in the footsteps of his father, a corporate pilot.