The NFL will not leave Antonio Brown alone.
According to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, the Pittsburgh Steelers' star wide receiver has been fined once again by the NFL after Brown was flagged for his end zone dance during Sunday's victory over the Chiefs.
The amount that Brown was fined was not disclosed, but given the fact that he was fined $9,115 for his celebration during Pittsburgh's Week 1 victory over Washington, he likely received the next step up which is a $12,154 fine.
Brown also received an additional fine for wearing baby blue cleats in the Steelers' season opener, bringing his fine count up to three on the young season.
"That's what happens when you give someone [commissioner Roger Goodell] total power," guard Ramon Foster said. "There are other guys who have done worse. AB's just having fun. Don't make it the 'No Fun League.'"
NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino officially commented on Brown's celebration, calling it "sexually suggestive" during an interview on NFL Network. Steelers' head coach Mike Tomlin then demanded that the league clarify what a player is allowed to do following a touchdown.
The league is expected to send each team a video explaining what they deem to be acceptable.
Source: ESPN · Photo Credit: Images Courtesy of Keystone Press