Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown isn’t new to getting fined for his antics, but this particular team violation is a new one to all of us.
Following his team’s NFL divisional-round playoff road win in Kansas City, Brown inexplicably broadcasted 17-plus minutes of his team’s locker room celebration via Facebook Live. The video included nudity, as well as his head coach Mike Tomlin calling conference championship opponent the New England Patriots “a–holes.”
Ironically, Tomlin also told his players to “be cool on social media” while Brown was Facebook Live-ing the whole thing. Not good.
“When you get to this point in the journey, man, not a lot needs to be said,” Tomlin started his speech. “Let’s say very little moving forward.”
He continued: “They spotted these a–holes a day and a half. They played yesterday, our game got moved to tonight. We’re gonna touch down at four o’clock in the f—ing morning. So be it. We’ll be ready for their a–.”
“Keep a low profile… Be cool on social media,” Tomlin concluded. “This is about us, nobody else.”
…And, now, the rest of the world.
Brown’s Facebook Live has since been taken down, but the video was republished to YouTube.
Watch the whole thing below before it gets taken down. Final warning: It contains nudity.