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Antonio Brown says refs warned him to take off custom cleats or be sidelined

The NFL will always take its uniform code way too seriously, and that won’t change. It’s not just the hefty fines. Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown said officials last Sunday told him if he came out for the second half against the Philadelphia Eagles with his blue cleats, which had the faces of his four children on them, they would not let him play. DKPittsburghSports.
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