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Antonio Brown forced to change cleats again

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown complained that his fine for excessive celebration of a Week Four touchdown was equally excessive, but said he didn’t plan to change in the face of repeated fines for his end zone gyrations. That apparently extends to his choice of cleats that don’t meet the league’s uniform regulations as well.…
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