Ryan Clark: Antonio Brown is ‘not smart enough to realize what a good teammate is’

RYan Clark

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown said veteran safety Ryan Clark is bitter because he is no longer with the Steelers and that he tries to make pointers to sound smart on ESPN.

Clark offered a rebuttal.

Brown commented on Clark’s remarks that some Steelers players use marijuana to deal with injuries during an interview with Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

“When you see things like that, it shows you how guys feel when they’re not part of the team anymore,” Brown said Sunday. “It’s a form of bitterness or taking a shot at the team because you’re not there anymore.”

Clark signed a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins last month after spending eight seasons in Pittsburgh.

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  • Joeybaggadonuts

    It looks as if both did not fully understand what each other was trying to say and then it just disintegrated