How Raiders fan creatively reused Antonio Brown jersey after release

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If you purchased an Antonio Brown Raiders jersey before his release Saturday, you could have a tough time exchanging it. 

Fanatics and NFL Shop typically allow exchanges within 90 days of purchase, save for select conditions. One of those conditions is a player's release, according to Action Network's Darren Rovell.

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The Raiders have not announced a buy-back or exchange program, so that has left fans to find ways to repurpose their now-outdated jerseys. Since Brown's release and eventual signing with the New England Patriots were professional sports transactions, some have gone with the cliched jersey burning. 

One Raiders fan got much more creative. 

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That's not a bad approximation of a Tim Brown No. 81 jersey, and the tape job honors the franchise's greatest receiver without tearing down -- or burning in effigy -- a reminder of the now-departed Antonio Brown. All things considered, that's pretty ideal. 

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So if you're looking to repurpose your No. 84 jersey, take some inspiration from Kevin. You can always hang on to it, too, as a keepsake from one of the shortest, most bizarre tenures in Raiders history that will make a hell of a story some day.

And if you really can't stand the sight of it, consider donating the jersey rather than, you know, lighting it on fire.

How Raiders fan creatively reused Antonio Brown jersey after release originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area