Good Monday to you Steelers’ Fans!
Pretty interesting and often indicting article last week by ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. If I were Mike Tomlin, Kevin Colbert, Art Rooney II and Antonio Brown I’d be embarrassed. Now in Brown’s case I’m sure he’s anything but embarrassed seeing as how he pretty much got away with everything but I digress. As former Steeler Will Johnson said, “not every player in the NFL is treated the same way” and he’s totally right. Superstars are on a different level because of what they bring to the team in terms of production. But what Mike Tomlin has enabled (and by proxy Colbert and ARII as well) in terms of allowing Brown to get away with murder in my opinion is a significant part of why this team has underachieved. One major goal of Training Camp is to build team unity and how do you do that when you’ve got one guy staying in a posh Air BnB and everyone else in a cramped dorm room? AB is a grown man and bears the bulk of responsibility for his current predicament but he was given an invitation to this behavior by an organization I never dreamed would do such things.
Good luck to Rick Holman, the Steelers’ Super Fan who joined us on the podcast last week. He should find out today if he’s advanced to be in the Ford Fan Hall of Fame.
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Great stuff from former Steelers’ coach Bill Cowher on the “Dan Patrick Show” this morning. You can hear the interview on their podcast.
The Pro Bowl was absolutely unwatchable. Furthermore, JuJu Smith-Schuster banged up his knee. Even more reason to stop this stupid game.
Still no public comment from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell more than a week after the horrendous no call in the NFC Title Game. Despite the fact it will not change anything Goodell still has a duty to publicly comment on the issue. His silence is further proof of the gag order I believe he’s been out under by owners.
Have a great day Steeler Nation!
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