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Antonio Brown On Bruce Arians Smacking Andrew Adams On The Helmet; Arians Fined $50k For Assaulting Player

Antonio Brown has responded on Twitter to Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians smacking Andrew Adams on the helmet. Antonio retweeted the viral video and wrote:

“Pit not the palace.”

Total Pro Sports:

Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians received a lot of criticism this weekend for smacking safety Andrew Adams on the helmet. On Sunday, Arians claimed he did so because Adams could’ve gotten a penalty for pulling players out of a pile, which is true.

On early Monday morning, former Buccaneers wideout Antonio Brown shared his thoughts on the video that was captioned, “AB’s lawyer seeing this.”

Arians was asked if he regrets getting physical with Adams.

“No, and I’ve seen enough dumb,” Arians said. “You can’t pull guys out of a pile. We just got a big play, great field position, and he’s trying to pull a guy out of a pile, and I was trying to knock him off of that guy so he didn’t get a penalty.”

Brown and Arians are not on great terms with each other after their sideline fallout at MetLife Stadium.

You can’t assault a player on the field. Adams was fine with it, but Arians has been unhinged lately. He was fined $50k for his actions, and frankly, the media have been really weak with Arians. They didn’t say much about Arians letting Tristan Wirfs back into the game when he was clearly physically unable to do so.

It backs up with what AB has said about Arians wanting players to play even when they are hurt and physically unable to. Don’t get me wrong, Wirfs wanted to be in the game, but someone on the Bucs should not have let him back on the field for his own health and protection, but they didn’t.

Just keep things fair and unbiased.

Flip to the next page to watch the video of Arians smacking Adams and AB’s reactions.

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