Head Coach Mike Tomlin, Famous For His Straightforward Attitude, Gives Brutally Honest Answer to Antonio Brown's Question

Antonio Brown said last month he wants to retire as a member of the Steelers. The Steelers might be open to that, but they’re sure not open to the receiver’s return on more than a one-day contract. Let's see what's Mike Tomlin's opinion on that.

What Tomlin said on Antonio Brown's return

“Y’all know that ain’t happening,”

Mike Tomlin added

“In terms of putting a helmet on and running out of the tunnel and playing ball and stuff like that, man. You know he’s moved on, and we’ve moved on. We can sit around and chop that up like it’s a realistic conversation, but we know that’s not realistic.”

Tomlin continues on Antonio Brown's legacy

“What I’ll say about AB is this man, we had nine great years,”

Mike Tomlin concluded

“I appreciate that dude in ways I can’t explain to y’all. I won’t even bother to attempt to explain to y’all because it sounds like I’m defending him in some way, and to me from that standpoint, the nature of our relationship and what we all did together requires no defense. You could digest it however you want to digest it. [Tomlin blows a kiss.] I don’t think enough gets said about the will of that dude. About the work ethic of that dude. About the fearlessness that he played the game.”

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