Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide RECEIVER ANTONIO Brown got into some problems during the joint practice of his team with Tennessee Titans. But the head coach, Bruce Arians punishes Brown after getting involved in a fight today?
Talking to the media on Thursday, Arians said he does not plan to punish Brown, or any player who fought with the Titans. Bucs's main coach greatly dismissed what happened today as "extremely good competition".
"Really satisfied with the work, we have obtained the last two days, an extremely good competition," said Arians, through ProfootballTalk. "Obviously, it always happens when the ruffles and gunners come together, something begins. But it was energetic, it was a great practice and I really appreciate the titans to come here and help us improve and, hopefully, we did better."
Brown's corner and Titans Chris Jackson began to go after a unique play. At a given moment, brown torn Jackson's helmet before throwing a blow.
Brown was expelled from practice, but he was allowed a little later.
Bruce Arians says: "I did not see any fight ... just a lot of pushing and pushing around" in Camp vs Titans says that Antonio Brown was alone
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Given the story outside the field of Antonio Brown, the extensive Pro Bowl receiver must be walking on egg shells as a member of the Buccaneers. But if no one else in these joint practices is punished by fighting, it would not be fair that he was.
Antonio Brown just wanted to play for Tampa Bay Bucaners this year. It seems that the head coach, Bruce Arians is inclined to give him a little more in Wiggle's room.
Does the NFL punish Brown, or any other person who has been fighting at practices?