Antonio Brown missed the Steelers' AFC divisional game against the Broncos due to a concussion, and the star receiver finally revealed his thoughts regarding the the player responsible.
The Cincinnati Bengals are sitting at home watching the playoffs like the rest of us following a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. Here are five players they should sign in free agency.
Adam Jones delivers on his apology to Antonio Brown after he was ruled out for Sunday. (via realpacman24/Instagram) pic.twitter.com/Evd9fgHOjQ
— 120 Sports (@120Sports) January 15, 2016
Adam 'Pacman' Jones took a ton of warranted criticism for accusing Antonio Brown of faking the injury he suffered against Cincinnati last weekend. But Jones deserves some credit for apologizing now that Brown has been ruled out against Denver in the divisional round.
— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) January 13, 2016
Jeremy Hill was clearly heartbroken after his fumble against Pittsburgh that ultimately led to Cincinnati's collapse.
The Cincinnati Bengals missed out on an opportunity to advance in the playoffs last week. Now that their season is over, let's evaluate the five most disappointing players on the roster in 2015.
The Cincinnati Bengals' season was supposed to answer the big questions this franchise has. Instead, they've got a bunch of new ones to figure out.
Everyone wants to say that Vontaze Burfict's actions were reactionary to the Steelers from earlier in the game. Take a look at this video from last week against the Ravens, and also last year against the Panthers when he wrenched Greg Olsen's ankle following a play, and you'll realize this guy's nothing but a punk.
The Cincinnati Bengals lost yet another playoff game on Saturday night, and this one was thanks to their star linebacker Vontaze Burfict.
When all is lost, look to the NFL draft.
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