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NFL responds to Antonio Brown's complaints over helmet

USATODAY.com Monday, 12 August 2019
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown has engaged in a war with the NFL over his helmet. Early Monday, the NFL publicly responded.
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News video: Antonio Brown Gets RIPPED By Stephen A Smith For Helmet Drama, Calls Him

Antonio Brown Gets RIPPED By Stephen A Smith For Helmet Drama, Calls Him "Selfish, Childish, Petty" 04:39

Stephen A Smith calls out Antonio Brown for his helmet drama that we learned about over the weekend. Antonio Brown also intends to sue the NFL if he gets hurt wearing the new helmet they are forcing him to wear.

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