Antonio Brown was in a shot-firing mood Wednesday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers wideout has drawn criticism from all corners of the football world since going rogue before Week 17 and reportedly requesting a trade. Among those disappointed in Brown is Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians, who on Tuesday called the All-Pro wideout a “diva” and said “This isn’t the Antonio that was drafted in 2010.”
Arians, as you might recall, was the Steelers’ offensive coordinator when the team drafted Brown in 2010. And let’s just say Brown isn’t happy with his former coach.
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Let’s address the elephant in the tweet: “Lying” is not spelled “lien,” nor is “Kangol” spelled “Kangoo.”
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What the Steelers elect to do with Brown likely will be the biggest storyline of the NFL offseason. Cris Carter, for one, believes Brown and the New England Patriots are a match made in heaven.
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