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Antonio Brown confronted Todd Haley during MNF

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04:14 PM ET 09.19 | The Pittsburgh Steelers offense has been stagnant during the first two weeks of the season and it looks like tempers are already beginning to boil over and personalities are beginning to clash. According to reports, it boiled over to the sideline on Monday night during the team's loss to the division rival Cincinnati Bengals. According to reports, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was angry with the play-calling and he decided to confront offensive coordinator Todd Haley on the sidelines during the game.

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September 20, 2013  05:45 AM ET

If this was after the 3 straight tins to start the game that netted 5 yards or one of the numerous draws on 3rd and long, I can't blame him. Should he have done it on the sidelines, probably not but every good/great WR wants the ball. Not that Brown has been even good so far this year but when you're not thrown the ball it's hard to be anything.

September 20, 2013  09:53 AM ET

Obviously firing Bruce Arians is really working out there.

September 20, 2013  10:32 AM ET

According to reports.............that sums it up right there.

September 20, 2013  01:01 PM ET

Haley claims the "confrontation" never happened.

September 20, 2013  02:42 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Haley claims the "confrontation" never happened.

I would've thought MNF's camera's would have been all over a confrontation like that on the sidelines. Since they never showed one then maybe Haley is right about this.


Glad that's over! Now how about a running game or an Offense that can gain over 300 yards/game and score more than one touchdown/game too!!! Or am I asking for too much?????????

 
September 20, 2013  02:43 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

If this was after the 3 straight runs to start the game that netted 5 yards or one of the numerous draws on 3rd and long, I can't blame him. Should he have done it on the sidelines, probably not but every good/great WR wants the ball. Not that Brown has been even good so far this year but when you're not thrown the ball it's hard to be anything.

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