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..This is looking similar to how Antonio Brown's career started to spiral into a downward frenzy of egoism, and sociopathic behavior.

Got a big time contract, suddenly became a Diva, Keenan Lewis got physical with him in a practice... AB took it personal and fought him; and his behavior became worse afterwards.

Tomlin and the rest of the team covered it up though, Emmanuel Sanders was there and saw this back in Pittsburgh too.
Mike is going through it. It’s more than football. He has become an ego maniac. He doesn’t like anyone who challenges him, even if it’s a teammate. Instead of him welcoming the challenge, he treats teammates like opponents. The dude has become completely infatuated with himself. He’s the best player in the league and nobody can tell him otherwise. He has lost his humbleness.
 

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I don’t know what you do for a living, but these players work in a business which welcomes acts that would typically lead to criminal charges if they weren’t on the field.

A sucker punch is certainly crossing a line. But physical fights and altercations happen at practices all the time. Comparing it to a normal work environment doesn’t work.
25 years in the Army with three combats tours. I trusted my colleagues to have my back and it was a brotherhood. We fought but if someone sucker punched me it would start something personal. I don’t think I could trust that guy again. I would probably get him back worse. I see a lot of similarities to a locker room.
 

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Let me ask y’all something..... If Mike isn’t on the sideline tonight, would y’all think this is serious?
I don't think him being on the sideline is an indication of how serious it is. It's already obviously pretty serious because we're essentially suspending him. We probably could have lied and just said it was ankle related and tried to keep it under wraps but that we announced ourselves it was non injury related shows how serious it is and how Payton is trying to draw a line in the sand with Mike.
 

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let’s just say we should be happy that CGJ can play this game. Also, for the people that think CGJ is going to move past it, he isn’t. They stopped following each other on social media and everything. I know social media isn’t important, but it shows that they are not planning to become friends.
Social media...the new way to say let’s not be friends. Lol. What a cancer it is.
 

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