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U mad bro? Bruce Arians slams Antonio Brown, who rips Emmanuel Sanders

Tim Benz

Ooh! It’s a special “U Mad, Bro?” Normally, this weekly post is all about our beloved readers venting at me.

But, here’s a new one. This week’s entry is all about Steelers getting mad at each other.

As Mike Tomlin might say, “It’s Steelers vs. Steelers today.”

Well, a current (for now) Steeler vs. an ex-Steeler. Or two.

Wide receiver Antonio Brown got mad after former offensive coordinator Bruce Arians made some disparaging comments about him to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

“There’s too much miscommunication, too much diva,” Arians said. “(Brown) plays as hard as anybody on Sunday, and he practices hard. He’s just gotta make better decisions off the field, be on time, do some of those little things.”

Here’s how A.B. responded.

In case you don’t get what Brown is talking about when it comes to Arians’ attire, let me help.

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Before we go any further, can we please acknowledge the irony of Brown making fun of how other people dress.

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OK. Back to the action.

As you saw, Brown brought Denver Broncos player Emmanuel Sanders into the fray after his fellow wide receiver in Pittsburgh was critical of him on the NFL Network this week.

You didn’t expect Sanders to stay quiet after that blast, did you?

Hiss!

Um, “analyst,” Emmanuel? Slow your roll. You were on the set for a guest spot to dish on your ex-teammate. You aren’t the next John Madden, yet.

But, please, don’t stop stirring the pot. It’s good for us.

I couldn’t let this cat-fight go without piling on.

Some jock-sniffing honks didn’t appreciate my sarcasm.

The cool kids in that guy’s high school blew a 7-2-1 record and missed the playoffs? What did the uncool kids do? Tie Clevel….

Oh. Right.

https://twitter.com/21SBcraM/status/1085663442344820738

So, following one of those “dorks” on Twitter makes you … what then?

All I have to say to those guys is, this.

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