NAPA -- Antonio Brown's stint on the non-football injury list didn't last long. The Raiders' superstar receiver passed his physical, was cleared to practice on Sunday morning and consequently came off the NFI list.
He missed just one training camp practice with an undisclosed injury that sources characterized as minor, one the Raiders were never concerned about.
The absence will have zero impact on his training camp, which started in dramatic fashion. Brown flew into the Napa Valley on a hot-air balloon, and was placed on the NFI list shortly after.
The NFI designation means that he was injured training on his own, away from the team.
Derek Carr said Saturday that Brown was fine, and fans would see the receiver's awesomeness soon. He wasn't kidding, as Brown joined his teammates for the first time this summer.
Check back for updates on Brown's participation level in his first practice back.