If there's one thing NFL teams hate more than losses, it's "distractions." So when Steelers receiver Antonio Brown flipped a Gatorade bucket on the sideline during the Steelers' victory over the Ravens on Sunday -- he was mad that Ben Rothlisberger didn't spot him on a wide-open route -- he created an immediate controversy.
Antonio Brown was not happy on the Steelers sideline. pic.twitter.com/zadJQFqGt2
Brown also said he was glad Roethlisberger called him out. Earlier this week, <strong>Womens Joey Bosa Jersey</strong>,Roethlisberger called Brown's outburst "unfortunate." Steelers coach Mike Tomlin also called Brown's acton a "mistake."
Brown acknowledged his mistake on Friday.
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