Antonio Brown goes full scale NSFW to protest recent Steelers coaching hire

Guess who's back?

Antonio Brown, PIttsburgh Steelers
Antonio Brown, PIttsburgh Steelers / Barry Brecheisen/GettyImages
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Okay, where were we? Oh yeah... That's right... There's the ever-churning rumor mill. At last check, Chad Johnson was telling us Russell Wilson was signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fans are still trying to run Mike Tomlin out of town, even though we know he isn't going anywhere, but nothing moves the needle like Antonio Brown. Come on. You know it's true.

Ah yes! A.B. was seemingly all that we were missing from our offseason storylines. It's a party now! Our guy recently left whatever freestyle cipher he was hanging out in to offer his opinion on the man the Black and Gold has introduced as their new wide receivers coach.

You can probably already guess how that turned out.

Let's just say Antonio Brown isn't thrilled with the Steelers' hire of Zach Azzanni.

We learned a long time ago that certain chemicals shouldn't be mixed. Yes... The joys of chemistry class. We may have forgotten much of what we were taught, but we still understand real-world applications. A.B. and social media have always been a recipe for disaster.

It's been a long time since our friend disrobed and left the New York Jets sideline. Recently, he decided to undress a former coach by way of his X account. Be forewarned. This one contains some offensive language.

Okay, so maybe we aren't quite in that NSFW area, but we can agree on the fact that some things are better left unsaid, right?

Azzanni, a product of the mighty Central Michigan Chippewas football program, played his college ball there from 1994 to 1998. He recruited A.B. to his alma mater and coached him there from 2007 until 2009.

It isn't clear what beef Brown has with Azzanni or what the Steelers new WR coach lied about, but let's be honest. Did we expect any real clarity?

Azzanni has enjoyed seven coaching stops between his time at CMU and Pittsburgh. That includes stints with the Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, and New York Jets. He seemingly has moved on. Maybe A.B. should follow suit.

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