Antonio Brown Responds To Pacman Jones’ Comments With A Perfect Photoshop


It’s Monday and Antonio Brown is liberally applying lemon wedges, salt and other irritants to the fresh wounds of the Cincinnati Bengals. The Steelers star wideout has offered up a funny and merciless response to Adam “Pacman” Jones’ claim that Brown “deserved a Grammy” for how he reacted to a certain game-changing incident on Saturday night. Let’s see that hit again, shall we?



Earlier today, Jones accused Brown of being a no-good rotten faker in the way he reacted to getting pasted by Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict. (Legal Note: The NFL’s concussion protocol doesn’t have a ‘Pacman thinks this dude is a total drama queen” box.) In addition to the penalty aftermath having a major hand in Cincy suffering another ugly collapse, it helped plunk Burfict on the bench for the first three games of next season for repeatedly violating player-safety rules. Jones’ comments did not go unnoticed by Brown and he responded by mocking Pacman’s “Grammy” endorsement.

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