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Antonio Brown Says Refs Threatened To Eject Him For Wearing Cool Shoes

Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has long been one of the few NFL players willing to thumb his nose (or butt, rather ) at the NFL’s joy-killing rules against self expression. It seems like the league has finally had enough of Brown daring to have a good time while playing football, though, as he claims referees threatened to kick him out of Sunday’s game against the Eagles if he didn’t change his shoes.
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