The Steelers organization has been a disaster since the end of the 2018 season. RB Le’Veon Bell held out due to contract issues and WR Antonio Brown wanted to be traded after numerous reports of drama within the locker room. Bell ended up signing with the Jets in free agency and Brown was traded to the Raiders.
The latest piece of drama tying to the Steelers is former Steeler and now ESPN NFL analyst Ryan Clark beefing with Brown on Twitter this afternoon. Clark was interacting with a Twitter user about an old ESPN magazine cover with the Steelers on it. He gave props to players on the cover and the user said Clark was right for once. Clark then asked if he missed the whole Antonio Brown thing.
Brown soon caught wind of the tweet by Clark and told him to stop mentioning his name and clout chasing. He went on to tell Clark to keep that same energy and it’s on site when he sees Clark. Clark responded by saying he’s not hard to find and Brown has a jet so he can get to him quickly. I doubt he throws hands in this situation. It’s really not that serious and Brown has way too much to close. Flip the pages to check out the Twitter beef between Clark and Brown and the tweets leading up to it.