Oct 20, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) rushes the football past Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Ryan Clark (25) during the second quarter at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Ryan Clark Responds Like 6th Grader To Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown Comments

Ahhhhh, you knew it wouldn’t take long.  Earlier on Sunday evening, Alan Robinson from the Tribune-Review posted an article that quoted Brown as being displeased at comments about marijuana usage by Steelers made by former Steeler Ryan Clark earlier this offseason.  Browns comments were honest and on point, but were jabs at the former safety.

Cue Clark and taking his response level to Defcon 6th grader with his reaction to Brown’s comments.  Clark’s reactions happened in two stages.  His first was giving his own opinion about Brown’s remarks and about Brown himself.

Not bad, but then he couldn’t leave well enough alone…

Well that wasn’t very nice. Nor really mature. Bringing rather personal matters into the mix when Brown had a legit beef with the things Clark said in order to pimp himself out to ESPN is rather… well… it’s down right being a jagoff.  Not only does he says Brown isn’t very smart, but that he doesn’t know what it’s like to be a good teammate.  Bitter much, my little 6th grader?  Clark would tweet later that he’s not bitter.  Fine.  Then you really are just a childish jag. Clark really hit Defcon 6th Grader when he decided to block and unfollow those who brought up the Antonio Brown comments on his Twitter feed.  Classy!

Go ahead and take a look at that picture in that tweet and then follow the replies after.  I’m surprised if we don’t see a full page add in the PPG paid in full by Clark later this week with a picture of Antonio Brown and the words “Doo Doo Head” printed underneath. Clark is only proving Brown right by this reaction.  Good riddance.  Here’s one more gem for you as Clark laid himself to sleep Sunday night after an exhausting night of fending off those meanies on Twitter, doing his nails, and maybe lighting up joint (too soon?).

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