Antonio Brown has yet to practice with the Raiders after beginning camp on the non-football injury list with sore feet.
Last week, Brown shared a pretty gross picture of his foot situation on his Instagram story, showing the layers of peeling skin on both of his feet.
Don't scroll any further if you don't want to see the feet. You've been warned:
[caption id="attachment_868058" align="aligncenter" width="675"] Antonio Brown's screwed up feet. -- ANTONIO BROWN / INSTAGRAM[/caption]
Brown reportedly visited a foot specialist over the weekend to try to deal with the issue.
Chris Simms of ProFootballTalk reported on Tuesday that someone with knowledge of the issue told him that Brown's feet aren't peeling as a result of blisters, but are a result of Brown using a cryotherapy machine without the proper footwear, causing frostbite.
Cryotherapy is used to treat muscle soreness and involves the user being subjected to temperatures of around minus-150 degrees Fahrenheit for several minutes. Gloves, a headband, shoes and socks are typically worn during treatment to prevent injury.