Antonio Brown has responded to the criticisms doled out by former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator and present-day Tampa Bay Buccaneers head mentor Bruce Arians in his job interview on The Adam Schefter Podcast. On Wednesday, Brown replied to a lover who introduced up a estimate from Arians where by he explained that the 7-time Pro Bowler is not the same man or woman today that he was when the Steelers drafted him in 2010.
The Steelers chosen Brown in the sixth spherical of the 2010 NFL Draft even though Sanders was taken with a 3rd rounder. Brown’s remarks could mirror his experience that Arians most well-liked Sanders more than him, even though they ended up each drafted by the exact same workforce. Sanders didn’t allow for his former teammate to go unchecked, firing back again with a blistering response.
Sanders also retweeted an account contacting AB a “complete narcissist.”
It seems as though Brown is trying to follow the exact template as Jimmy Butler when he tried out to get himself out of Minnesota. Right after requesting a trade from the Steelers earlier this month, AB has been teasing an forthcoming interview in which he seems to be to tell his side of the tale amid studies of a rift with the business. Brown reportedly missed the last game of the 2018 season over a dispute with a fellow player, even so, the crew has frequently preserved that he sat out thanks to an damage.
Steelers owner Art Rooney II has advised reporters that it would be “tough to envision” Brown remaining with the crew up coming time.