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Antonio Brown says officials made him change shoes at halftime

Antonio Brown wore special cleats Sunday, shoes that bore the faces of his children because, he explained, they’re “the four reasons I lace them up every day.” Nice, right? Not in the NFL, which fines players for uniforms that aren’t uniform. The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver was dinged earlier in the season, his paycheck docked for […]
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