Antonio Brown Calls Former Steeler Safety Ryan Clark an ‘Uncle Tom’ Over ESPN Comments

Things are getting more and more ugly for the Steelers and wide out Antonio Brown, and today former Steeler safety Ryan Clark got caught in the crossfire on the tense situation.

Clark, who know is employed by ESPN, went on the air and blasted Brown over him not being at practice during the last week of the season as the team got ready for the Bengals, and said that the Steelers should move the receiver.

“This is where Mike Tomlin has to put his foot down and shop Antonio Brown,” Clark said … “You have to take that stand. You have to. Time for him to go.”

ESPN put out the comments on Twitter from Clark, and Brown didn’t exactly take them in a positive manner, and responded by calling his former teammate an ‘Uncle Tom.’

We shall see if Clark gets on the airwaves or social media to fire back about the rather insensitive comment.

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1 Comment on "Antonio Brown Calls Former Steeler Safety Ryan Clark an ‘Uncle Tom’ Over ESPN Comments"

  1. Maurice S. Peck | January 3, 2019 at 8:06 am | Reply

    Brown calling Ryan Clark an Uncle Tom or any black person using that phrase for that matter is a racist bc it’s like saying another black person, in this case Clark is siding with whypeepol which is not the case here at all anyway. Clark just knows he’s a cancer and is rightfully saying to get rid of him before 2019.

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