Antonio Brown reportedly fighting with Ben Roethlisberger in practice last week, then skipping the rest of the week’s practices, then missing the finale Sunday as the team created an injury for him could’ve been all avoided if the team had done something back in 2012 when the team created the ‘monster.’ , according to ESPN’s Ryan Clark who unloaded on his former teammate and what he witnessed.
“Mike Wallace turned down his deal, and I knew already they were going to offer Antonio,” Clark said on “SportsCenter” on Monday night, referring to Wallace’s 2012 holdout, in which Pittsburgh turned around and gave the $42.5 million it had earmarked for Wallace to Brown instead. “When [Brown] walks past, I say to the strength coaches, ‘When you give him money, you’re going to create a monster.’”
Antonio Brown has since called Ryan Clark an “Uncle Tom” for his comments, but he wasn’t the only one that was upset about Clark’s comments.
Deion Sanders Jr. took to social media and called Clark a “lame” for his comments, but he likely thought the post would never get back to him.
Clark saw it and told him they could speak one-on-one since he had something to say about him online.
No word if that conversation actually happened.