Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is ticking off his coaches

Lake Charles, Louisiana
January 29, 2017 6:22pm CST
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown who can become a free agent at the end of the 2017 football season is starting to wear out his welcome with his coaches and teammates. Brown made an error in judgement by streaming live from the Steelers dressing room after the win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the American Football Conference Divisional Playoffs when his coach Mike Tomlin gave a post game speech that was supposed to be private. Whether that post game speech by Tomlin was a factor in the Steelers losing the American Football Conference Championship Game to the New England Patriots was a factor remains up for debate. Brown has gained the ire of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger who accused Brown of "pouting" that Brown did not get enough passes thrown to him by his quarterback during the loss to the Patriots. It appears that the Steelers management is giving Brown a message to be a team player and not a glory hound on the gridiron in 2017.
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@JohnRoberts (42146)
• Los Angeles, California
30 Jan
I think Brown is history. Big Ben has a lot of sway whom he wants to play with.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
30 Jan
I agree with you since Brown's antics have harmed the Steelers chances of winning another Super Bowl.
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@TRBRocks420 (64533)
• Banks, Oregon
30 Jan
Hope he grows up a bit and, starts acting like a pro.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
30 Jan
For his sake since the Steelers do not like selfish players on their team.
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