The 31-year-old star wideout has already missed a significant portion of training camp and visited a foot specialist on Saturday after starting camp on the Raiders' non-football injury (NFI) list after what's being reported as him suffering from sore feet.
The news is positive albeit expected for the four-time All-Pro receiver.
Coach John Gruden said he was disappointed because Brown hadn't been a full participant in practice all training camp and others were criticizing Brown because he was cleared to practice July 28th but really wasn't practicing.
The only clue about what ails Brown was a since-deleted Instagram post that showed two badly blistered feet. "He's a big part of the team".
"I want the guy out here as soon as possible".
The issue is not considered to be a long-term problem - the specialist's opinion to alter perspectives - but both team and player want to get it resolved and get Brown back on the practice field.
"I'm not going to get into all that", Gruden said.
Carr said he had not seen the picture of Brown's feet. We just know that when he does show up, we can't wait and we'll welcome him with open arms.
The Raiders don't consider his absence a huge deal, but they are disappointed in how long this is taking to work out. We spent hours upon hours throwing. I'm used to throwing him the ball.