Concern in Pittsburgh that Antonio Brown cares too much about stats

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Bad judgment on social media isn’t the only concern the Steelers have about Antonio Brown.

The Steelers are also concerned that Brown is focused too much on his own personal statistics even at the Steelers’ expense, according to Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network.

According to the report, after DeAngelo Williams scored the Steelers’ first touchdown in the AFC Championship Game, Brown was pouting while the rest of his teammates were celebrating because Brown wanted the ball to go to him, not Williams, on the play. And that’s not new: Last year, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin had to sit Brown down and tell him to stop chasing statistics, and that his only concern should be winning championships.

Brown is heading into the final year of his contract, and there’s been talk that the Steelers are planning to give him a raise on a new deal in the offseason. But if Brown really cares more about his stats than about winning, that may not be such a wise idea.

147 responses to “Concern in Pittsburgh that Antonio Brown cares too much about stats

  1. I remember in the cowboys game this year there was 2 seconds left and Pittsburgh had the ball on their own 30 and the cowboys were playing 30 yards off. They threw the slant to AB and instead of pitching the ball back to keep the play alive he ran out of bounds after picking up 50 yards or so. I didn’t mind because he was in my fantasy team but he puts himself above the team and it’s obvious.

  2. Brown gets this a lot, but does it really matter?

    Sure, if Brown is causing a scene on the sideline about not getting the ball then that’s bad… but the guy likes putting up big numbers? So what? The team wins when he is, so it’s not like it’s counter-productive.

  3. Diva…always will be ….think about it…he cares more about his personal “Likes” and “views” than his teammates and coaches…good luck with that Pittsburgh, huge talent with a huge EGO

  4. Bell or brown. Lets see bell got busted for weed and cant stay healthy. Brown is a monster who cares about stats and is never hurt. I would sign brown.

  5. The NFL, the only major sport without fully guaranteed contracts, and by all accounts the most dangerous has players concerned about stats because – get this – they don’t have guaranteed contracts and could be cut at any time, for any reason. If your paycheck doesn’t equal your production, teams can and will cut you.

    So yes, Antonio Brown is concerned about stats because high stats is what is going to keep him in the high money, and low stats will get him cut. And since the one-sided contracts allow for a full commitment from the player and only a partial commitment from the team it is no wonder that Antonio Brown and other players are highly concerned with their stats and production.

    Players are one bad season or one bad injury from getting cut with no more money owed by the team regardless of how many years are left on that contract.

  6. Guys who just can’t wait to break out their latest dance, look at me guys, are most likely find it most important in how well ‘I’ did. Team success is secondary.

  7. Wow. Yet another super talented receiver with the maturity level of an 8 year old. What are the odds?

  8. He should know he is one of the most talented players on that team. As long as his focus is on winning, the stats will come. I’m sure it has to do with his paychecks are based on his stats and I get that. But when you have the talent he has, the stats will be there.

  9. Seriously? Im not going to let a top 3 NFL receiver walk because he is selfish about stats.

    He isn’t going full TO/McNabb here…he was bummed he didn’t get the ball. That is very selfish, and yes, can upset others in the locker room…but he is hardly a cancer.

    You sign that guy, and hang on tight. Unless you want to be like the Eagles, with Nelson Agholor as your best receiver…

  10. A lot of bad looks coming at Brown.

    Should be interesting to see how the Steelers treat him. They have gotten rid of selfish WRs before only to see them fizzle out somewhere else.

    Brown would be wise to change his attitude before he ends up like Santonio Holmes and Mike Wallace.

  11. Antonio Brown is a turd. he didn’t do much against Chiefs or patriots, but he is all about himself and recording locker room celebrations.

  12. We need a Pepsi ad where a Fairy Tale Football Nerd says, this is what Antonio Brown must feel like when he checks his stats!

  13. Surprised he isn’t getting more backlash then ODB after the boat trip. That Facebook live video was all they talked about this week when referring the the Steelers.

  14. Welp on the plus side, Pitt has been really, really good at drafting WRs…

    On the not so positive side, a high percentage of them seem to develop critical cases of d-bag divasillitis…

    Nothing a good a coach and pair of pom poms can’t fix tho, right???

  15. Antonio Clown only cares about himself. Just like Little Ben, the king of garbage time. Or Bell, the most overrated back in pro-football. This is why the Steelers will never get another ring.

  16. That Facebook Live gig took a nasty turn when it was discovered he has a 6 figure endorsement deal with them.
    The details and bonus structure clauses would be an interesting read.

  17. Some receivers step up in big games. Brown steps down. Out of nine career playoff games, he’s had only one good game and that was in the wild card round this year against a beat up Miami secondary. Nobody should be surprised about what happened to him on Sunday.

  18. Wow A Wide receiver who is a diva and only cares about stats? That is so unheard of.
    But correct me if I’m wrong here. But the better his stats the better chance they have of winning.

  19. The Steelers need to get back to an authoritarian as head coach. A Chuck Noll or Bill Belichick, just do your job type guy, is needed there. They are too loose in the locker room, and maybe that is because they have a lot of young guys…I don’t know. I have nothing against Tomlin as a person, however, at times, it seems as if he is more interested in being “one of the guys”, instead of the guy that needs to put the hammer down…Something that Noll, Belichick or even Cowher, had/have no problem doing.

  20. Man go back and look at the tape smh. Brown was the first one with his hands up signaling touchdown and it is as clear as day. As a Bmore fan I hate the Steelers but I hate made up lies even more.

  21. Is this where I get my pound of flesh?
    How dare he be just as flawed as a normal person. I expect nothing less than perfection.

  22. “The NFL, the only major sport without fully guaranteed contracts, and by all accounts the most dangerous has players concerned about stats because – get this – they don’t have guaranteed contracts and could be cut at any time, for any reason.

    Players are one bad season or one bad injury from getting cut with no more money owed by the team regardless of how many years are left on that contract.”

    And just how well do you think this guy would play if he was handed a 5 year 60 mil guaranteed contract ? You’d get a player who didn’t give a crap and played poorly in all likelihood.

    No they don’t get guaranteed contracts like the ones that ruined MLB, but they get huge guarantees up front in signing bonuses that they don’t have to return if they suck and get cut.

  23. Historically, great WRs contribute to winning teams but they are never the corner stone.

    Randy Moss – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Calvin Johnson – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Larry Fitzgerald – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Andre Johnson – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Terrell Owens – 1 Super Bowl win

    It doesn’t correlate. It’s too easy to shut down a number 1 WR with a good defense. There has to be other guys and there has to be genuine unselfish behavior.

  24. I made a joke about this earlier in the year kind of funny seeing something here about it now. But in all honesty like 95% of receivers complain about getting the ball. The only good one that i can think of that didn’t complain was calvin Johnson, but he was in a league of his on.

  25. It must be contract time. The Steelers leak this stuff out to try to lessen the cost of a new contract. Didn’t they do something like this when Big Ben was up for a new contract?

  26. He certainly was doing his best Ladanian Tomlinson impression on the sidelines, that’s for sure!
    He needs to get a dark visor, like LT, so nobody can see the tears.
    …And again, this is partly a coaching problem. Sit his ass out of a game for pouting. He’ll get right, or get rid of him.

    Ever see Edelman, Welker, Troy(the real Brown), Hogan, Gronk….ANY Pats players pouting? Nope. They would be gone. And the team is better for it.

  27. That was an amazing play he made to reach the ball across the goal line vs. the Ravens to get his team into the playoffs.

  28. Won’t be the most popular opinion in the virtual room but I think you trade the guy. They could get a haul of players and/or picks for him.

    Find the next Larry Fitz or Calvin – don’t put up with what is becoming the next T.O.

  29. jimmysee says:
    Jan 24, 2017 8:55 AM
    Reminder for Antonio — there’s no “i” in “team.”

    Cliche but true.
    ——–
    Yea? But there is a “me” team. Antonio has been underpaid as the best receiver in the NFL for over 3 years now and the Steelers have refused to give him the raise his play dictates he deserves making him play out the contract. Normally if this were the MLB, NHL, or NBA where the entire contract is guaranteed I would say too bad you signed the deal…but since this is the NFL where teams regularly cut players or force renegotiations of contracts I believe Brown should have been given a raise a long time ago. Is it a surprise that he wants to keep his value stat wise as high as possible until he gets paid his worth?

  30. Sorry Antonio, as a die-hard fan, I think it may be time to see what kind of multiple draft picks we could get for you. I don’t see how it’s going to be possible to please this guy when Bryant comes back and if Green is able to live up to his ability…

  31. The fans and media are funny. Let’s go look at what they Demarius Thomas or better yet Dez Bryant the last couple of years for not making a fuss about the diminished catches. Yeah, but just worry about winning. Nobody will notice your paycheck then and blame you for everything when you don’t justify it. Sure sounds like how the rational media and fans work, lol.

  32. You mean like in the Chiefs game (I think it was the Chiefs game), when instead of throwing a Hail Mary before halftime Ben just dumped it off to Brown and he ran 30-40 yards as time expired? I thought that was odd at the time, but I guess they were just doing that to make their star happy

  33. Nothing to see here other than curmudgeon Pittsburgh media trying to make up dirt on someone who doesn’t fit their “mold” for what a player should be. These old geezers need to retire

  34. learysdisciples says:

    Has any WR ever cared more about winning than his personal stats?
    ————————————–
    Yes, Hines Ward.

  35. While many NFL WR’s are “Divas”, not all of them are. Larry Fitzgerald and Julio Jones come to mind as total team players. If Antonio can pull himself away from the mirror long enough, he might want to take a look at them as role models.

  36. But if Brown really cares more about his stats than about winning, that may not be such a wise idea

    Seriously?

  37. Just like every other single WR out there…complete diva.

    ————-

    Yep, just like Julio, Jordy, Cole Beasly, Hopkins, Larry Fitz, Edelman, etc. Wait, what was the point again?

  38. He will be 30 when he hits free agency, was never the fastest strait line runner to begin with. He gets separation because he can run at near full speed through his cuts, but how long are his legs going to be able to do that? If he is going DIVA Id say let him play out his deal and evaluate when he hits the open market.

  39. @ “Brown would be wise to change his attitude before he ends up like Santonio Holmes and Mike Wallace.” ———————————————- And Plaxico Burress!

  40. “Great football player but only out for himself”

    At this point, with CTE, every other chance of careers getting derailed, and a likely old age that is a poorer quality of life than an in shape desk jockey, players SHOULD be out for themselves. This is a job, fellas. Everyone gets so butt hurt over a player that wants the ball, but then on the other side of their mouths you never hear them talk about a fullback that gives up stats to make the team better. Great blocking WRs are dogged for not scoring more TDs.

    There’s no winning the public… endzone dances or not. I don’t think Antonio Brown gives a damn about keyboard heroes calling him a diva. He’s looking to get paid, as we all are.

  41. Great player with contract negotiations coming up, so the team releases a rumor and uses the media to drive the price down on his contract. This is a standard practice used by front offices to get over on the player. Don’t be played by this smoke screen, Antonio is an incredible talent.

  42. Football is a team game. Stat obsessed players are great for fantasy nerds but the rarely help their teams win a championship.

    Teams need guys that understand their roles and give their all, in whatever they are asked to do for the team. I would much rather have a bunch of guys that do their jobs well than a couple great divas.

    Patriots have been that way for years and are always playing for championships.

  43. Mike Wallace was quite productive in Miami. Sadly his QB had a deep ball half as accurate and half as talented as Big Ben.

    Antonio Brown is no Mike Wallace though. Brown is a true complete alpha #1. Period. All this back biting by the peanut gallery means nothing. He isn’t out being a PacMan, Ray Ricing or being a Cowboy Gregory. Nope he has the best ability, availability. With the numbers to back up his talk and act.

  44. Once Bell went down, they should have been getting the ball to Brown more…………a lot more.

    If I was the best wide receiver in the NFL, I’d want the ball all the time too.

  45. Nate Washington. Plaxico Burress. Antwan Randle El. Santonio Holmes. Emmanuel Sanders. Mike Wallace.

    Steelers let them all walk….although Burress and El ended their careers in PGH.

    Trade Antonio and count on your record of finding WRs. Although I do recall a Limas Sweed at No. 2.

  46. .
    The Sunday Stat Line :

    Hogan – 9 catches / 180 yds / 2 TDs
    Edelman 8 catches / 118 yds / 1 TDs

    A. Brown 7 catches / 77 yds / 0 TDs
    .

  47. I knew he had a facebook deal as soon as that live locker room video appeared – it appears he is either stupid or selfish wow!

    Hes a great reciever but I hope he gets his head right (even though I am definitely NOT a Steelers fan.) TEAM Antonio TEAM!

  48. It’s a copycat league, and NE just showed everyone how easy it is to take this guy out of the game.

    You can get 85% of his production from an inexpensive replacement who doesn’t create any distractions. Pretty clear he needs to go.

  49. genericcommenter says:
    Jan 24, 2017 10:00 AM
    Maybe, but criticisms like this remind me of when old people criticize baseball players for hitting too many home runs and scoring too much.
    ~~~~~
    When a base hit is needed to win the game but a guy comes out of his shoes swinging for the fence but strikes out, he deserves the boos and criticism. Nobody complains of scoring too much.

  50. Historically, great WRs contribute to winning teams but they are never the corner stone.

    Randy Moss – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Calvin Johnson – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Larry Fitzgerald – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Andre Johnson – 0 Super Bowl wins
    Terrell Owens – 1 Super Bowl win

    It doesn’t correlate. It’s too easy to shut down a number 1 WR with a good defense. There has to be other guys and there has to be genuine unselfish behavior.
    ———————————————————
    Jerry Rice(The GOAT) – 3 Super Bowl wins.

    That being said.
    Brown is just another Diva me first WR.

  51. Plaxico Burress
    Terrell Owens
    Randy Moss
    Santonio Holmes
    Odell Beckham
    Mike Wallace
    Chris Henry
    Ochocinco

    Which of the above is not a diva?

  52. I think AB might be more of a game changer, but give me Julio Jones or AJ Green over this guy any day. Locker Room cancers only work on really strong teams, when things get tough in Pittsburgh, how will he respond?

  53. Brown is an amazing talent and with health will challenge many of the all time records.

    This story reads sabotage to me. Setting up his eventual departure.

  54. 6ball says:
    Jan 24, 2017 10:12 AM

    .
    The Sunday Stat Line :

    Hogan – 9 catches / 180 yds / 2 TDs
    Edelman 8 catches / 118 yds / 1 TDs

    A. Brown 7 catches / 77 yds / 0 TDs

    ———————————

    I wonder why you never hear a New England receiver, back or tight end do anything remotely similar to what Brown is reported to have been doing. Huh.

  55. Well, he did seem pretty concerned about getting credit for his “receptions” on the ESPN reception desk. Come on dude – everyone knows they’re just phone calls! Diva!

  56. This is just the epitome of piling on. As a Pats fan I’ll tell you what I see. I see a guy who competes hard on every play against the toughest coverage schemes. I see a guy who did a stupid, but not evil thing, paid a price, and sincerely apologized. But in the end just what did he do. He wasn’t listening to a HC, who quite frankling isn’t worth listening to.

    He can come up to NE (for the right price) and play for our team anytime, if the Steelers are stupid enough to get rid of him We know how to appreciate tiny WR’s,……and believe me, he WILL listen to BB when he talks. They all do..

  57. Come on NE fans, get over the “he would be gone” crap…We have ALL seen Brady showing his rear end on the sidelines…So far as I can tell, since he lit the Steelers up Sunday, he’s still on the team. Or, how about party animal Gronkowski? Gronk has probably been in Belichick’s doghouse before…I mean, be proud of your team, but please stop short of putting them on an altar.

  58. Dude has a great touchdown dance. Makes me jealous of my great “Email” dance I do at the office. Kelly in accounting doesn’t like my office showboating.

  59. stoopidfool says:
    Jan 24, 2017 9:45 AM
    Chris Hogan is better
    Julian Edelman is better

    ———

    C’mon man both those guys are great players but Antonio Brown is arguably the best WR in the league…..the only other guy in consideration is Julio Jones.

  60. Doesn’t matter if he stays or goes. The coaching staff is too dumb to win a championship with a team that isn’t Bill Cowher’s and Ben’s getting old and making poor decisions.

  61. 6ball says:
    Jan 24, 2017 10:12 AM
    .
    The Sunday Stat Line :

    Hogan – 9 catches / 180 yds / 2 TDs
    Edelman 8 catches / 118 yds / 1 TDs

    A. Brown 7 catches / 77 yds / 0 TDs

    Oh there’s a couple of guys out west who are not going to take this well.

  62. Its funny when you lose, then you criticize your best player and want to get rid of him, yet had you won he would be hailed as the best WR in the league. Pittsburg was not going to beat NE under any circumstances. Oakland with Carr would have been there as would the Cowboys had not the refs given GB that game. As you fans saw there was only one good game so far that was worthy of a playoff game. Brown was not the reason you loss, nor your coach, your team as a whole is not that good. Everyone wants Bell to be the most complete Back in FB and he can’t stay healthy and was no factor. ZEKE is the best and there should be no debates about it. I am happy for Atlanta and outside Dallas I believe this will be a great Super Bowl. The one thing I know without a doubt, Pittsburg and GB should not have been in the championship game. Next year belongs to the youthful generations coming into the league NFL ready. Dallas vs Oakland next Super Bowl.

  63. greenmtnboy31 says:
    Jan 24, 2017 9:13 AM
    He’s a receiver, it’s what receivers do; me-first.
    =======================================
    This is the franchise that had Hines Ward. He would do anything to win. It’s not what ALL wide receivers do.

  64. stoopidfool says:
    Jan 24, 2017 9:45 AM
    Chris Hogan is better
    Julian Edelman is better
    _________________________________

    LMAO C’mon man! Seriously?!

    You’re comparing arguably the best wide receiver in the league against interchangeable, pawns. SMH

  65. Some people have different goals and desires. Maybe he’s more concerned with personal goals & achievements instead of team ones. If the team doesn’t think his annual All-Pro stats are a net positive for the team, then they should trade him. There’s obviously gonna be a team somewhere that is fine with his stats-driven mindset

  66. I’ve never heard AB complain PUBLICLY about stats.

    Don’t virtually all RBs and WRs care about stats? Especially when they are playing for a a new contract?

  67. He’s a pretty boy primadonna… I bet he spends hours looking in the mirror at how “pretty” he is.. lmao

  68. Antonio Brown is a great receiver, hard worker. He worked himself from nothing (6th round draft pick) to one of the premier receivers in the NFL. He deserves every accolade he has earned! The criticism of him in unwarranted! So what if he likes to add a little bit of “flare” and charisma to the patented No Fun League!! If Brown would have had Brady or Rodgers thowing to him – he would be dancing his way to the super bowl right about now!!

  69. sportmigos says:
    Jan 24, 2017 8:52 AM
    smh typical milleneal
    ===========================================

    Right because players before him from other generations were SUCH team players and not divas. Yup, guys like TO, Chad Johnson, Ricky Watters (for who? For what?), Ryan Leaf, Joe Horn, Deion Sanders, etc were not divas whatsoever at all. It’s only “millennials” who are problems.

  70. mball13 says:
    Jan 24, 2017 9:27 AM

    come to Oakland!
    ——————————-
    No, just no.. We need help on the DEFENSE!

  71. Ben Roethlisberger is the one the steelers should be worried about. I don’t care if he had Jerry Rice, Michael Irvin, Adrian Peterson and Rob Gronkowski on his team. He would still only manage to score 17 points. Talking about an underperformer – if it wasn’t for the heroics of Bell and Brown the steelers would not have been in the playoffs. The Ravens would have taken them out.

  72. dickroy says:
    Jan 24, 2017 10:17 AM
    Plaxico Burress
    Terrell Owens
    Randy Moss
    Santonio Holmes
    Odell Beckham
    Mike Wallace
    Chris Henry
    Ochocinco

    Which of the above is not a diva?
    ——————————————————————-
    Named 8 great receivers out of hundreds. If the Steelers had won with Brown having the same exact stat line this would have been a complete non issue.

  73. Oh no, he’s concerned about his stats even though he’s a bona fide top 3 receiver in the World. Better cut him because he doesn’t fit the mold of cog-in-the-machine role that True NFL Players fit. THIS IS SARCASM.

  74. Perhaps you have it all wrong. Perhaps AB wants out. With Ben talking retirement, what kind of stats will AB put up with an average or below average QB? Take a look at DeAndre Hopkins or Allen Robinson, studs until their QB’s can’t throw it within 5 yards of them.

  75. jimmysee says:
    Jan 24, 2017 8:55 AM
    Reminder for Antonio — there’s no “i” in “team.”
    Cliche but true.
    —————————-
    But there is a backward, messed up “me”.

  76. steelpenguin6687 says:
    Jan 24, 2017 10:28 AM
    Come on NE fans, get over the “he would be gone” crap…We have ALL seen Brady showing his rear end on the sidelines…So far as I can tell, since he lit the Steelers up Sunday, he’s still on the team. Or, how about party animal Gronkowski? Gronk has probably been in Belichick’s doghouse before…I mean, be proud of your team, but please stop short of I them on an altar.
    —————————————————————-
    I understand where you are coming from.

    However, there is a difference between…let’s say….partying too much, and getting in Belichick’s doghouse; and pouting on the sidelines.

    There is a difference between doing something stupid on your own; and acting against the team unit.

    Everyone does stupid things.

    Not everybody puts himself above their team.

  77. jimmysee says:
    Jan 24, 2017 8:55 AM
    Reminder for Antonio — there’s no “i” in “team.”

    Cliche but true.

    —————————————–
    As Leon would say, : there’s no “we” in “team” either:)

  78. Winning is not the most important thing to some of these guys, being the best at the position is….Pitt will let him walk and someone will pay him big bucks just like the other WR Pitt has had in the past….they will draft another one and the process will continue…..no big deal…..

  79. more touchdowns, more $$$$ (contract, incentives, endorsements). Honestly, I can’t say I would be any better if hundreds of thousands of $$$$$ was on the line.

  80. They’re concerned he cares too much about stats? All receivers care about getting the ball. That’s in their DNA. Antonio Brown cares about promoting Antonio Brown at all costs: penalties, betraying the confidence of his teammates in the locker room. The guy has become a cancer. Enough already.

  81. Wow, the guy who secretly signs deals with Facebook to live broadcast closed doors locker room interactions for profit has personal interests that he may place above team goals?

    Shocking.

    “I just got caught up in the moment…..i mean, i secretly planned ahead of time to do it so Facebook would pay me an i didn’t tell anyone about it so i could pocket that money. Now let me pad those stats, coach!”

    I used to really like this guy, but he seems more phony and self absorbed as time goes on. More interested in smiling for the camera than he is in being a part of his team

  82. najacoo22 says:
    Jan 24, 2017 11:45 AM
    boblavoie says:
    Jan 24, 2017 9:20 AM
    You win as a team. Tell them Bill. No place for ABs in NE.

    —————————–

    Randy Moss

    ———–

    Moss was a model citizen in NE. Not only that, but Moss today freely admits that NE is the best program and football environment under which he has ever played.

  83. Every player cares about stats. That is how their pay check is determined for future contracts. No different then how us regular smucks feel about our performance agreements that determine our raises. Non issue.

  84. Is anyone really surprised here? This is the same guy who said himself that he couldn’t keep it together on Dancing with the Stars! He couldn’t control his lower extremities then, and apparently is having trouble with his upper extremity now! Did it cost him money, or will it be overlooked by some “on the hot seat” GM, who will do anything cause it really ain’t his money…..

  85. In most cases and I believe it to be the case here, the quality of the WR is usually commensurate with the quality of the QB. He better be begging Big Ben not to retire.

  86. “Every player cares about stats. That is how their pay check is determined for future contracts. No different then how us regular smucks feel about our performance agreements that determine our raises. Non issue.”

    This is not a popular opinion, and won’t get you a lot of thumbs up, but it’s true. A pass rusher can say he’s ok being a decoy, or commanding double teams to free up teammates, but when the contracts are negotiated, those stats play a major factor. Larry Fitzgerald is not considered a “diva” by anyone, and he cares about his stats as much as the next WR.

    The difference is when your in the AFC championship and you put yourself over your teammates. That’s crossing the line, and thats’ why he’s being criticized.

    Although I don’t think it’s fair to criticize him for anything that happened in the AFC championship game, he wasn’t even there. At least I didn’t see him…

  87. najacoo22 says:
    Jan 24, 2017 9:15 AM

    He plays wide receiver in the NFL. Being selfish is kind of part of the deal.

    ——————————————————–

    Jordy Nelson isn’t selfish. Neither is Julio Jones, Edelman, AJ Green, Doug Baldwin or Fitzgerald and many others. No team is forced to draft selfish me-guys.

  88. So I guess the statement by Martellus Bennet – “I don’t give a sh– how many passes I get, I just want to win” isn’t likely to be repeated by A Brown?

  89. Geesh – talk about kicking a man while he is down! This is a joke right? All these comments about him being a diva – have any of you watched this guy play? I’m sure there are 31 other teams that will employ this man immediately and pay him whatever he wants.

    This man always shows up and typically ALWAYS shows up big! I’m not even a Steeler fan.

    SMH at all these bonehead comments.

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