Antonio Brown wanted to let the world in on the party when he live streamed the giddy celebration in the Pittsburgh Steelers' locker room after an 18-16 playoff win over Kansas City. The All-Pro wide receiver also happened to catch coach Mike Tomlin indelicately describing the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh's opponent in the AFC Championship game. Tomlin's word choice — an expletive — didn't bother his players as Brown's decision to throw back the curtain on what is usually a private moment.
The Chargers are leaving San Diego for Los Angeles. As is the case when sports teams relocate, fans are mad. It’s understandable you’re angry and feel betrayed, but this should be a lesson for everyone all over the world — sports teams are nothing more than corporate entities out to take your money.
For all the talk of no moral victories, even an emotionally drained Jerry Jones had a hard time swerving around the future of the Dallas Cowboys. “It took some really outstanding plays to have us sitting in the locker room like this,” Jones said Sunday night, contemplating the divisional round loss