Antonio Brown Claims Former Teammate Ryan Clark Is An ‘Uncle Tom’

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Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown apparently isn’t a big fan of his former teammate Ryan Clark.

Clark recently shredded Brown during an ESPN appearance for missing a game because of an altercation in practice.

Well, that didn’t sit well at all with the star receiver, who commented on an Instagram post that Clark was an “Uncle Tom,” according to TMZ Sports(RELATED: Here Are The Best Moments From Week 17 Of The NFL Season)

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Is Brown out of his mind right now? He just used a slur against a former teammate because Clark called him out for a 100 percent justified reason.

If you’re going to miss games over altercations in practice, then you deserve to get ripped for it. That’s just a fact.

You know how you avoid a former teammate destroying your reputation, attitude and work ethic on national television? Don’t do dumb stuff that requires public criticism. It’s pretty simple.


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Brown needs to get his actions straightened out before he finds himself on a new team or out of the league. Calling a dude an “Uncle Tom” because you don’t like his criticism is straight-up crazy.

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