Bruce Arians Accidentally Cursed During Broadcasting Debut

During his days on the sidelines, Bruce Arians was known for not having much a filter.

The former Arizona Cardinals head coach is now in the broadcasting booth with CBS to do commentary on Sunday’s.

In his regular debut, however, Arians forgot that he was in the booth and not on the sidelines and he let loose on a word that the FCC probably wouldn’t approve.

After a reception, Arians described the ball-catcher as being “wide-ass open”:

Arians was referring to one of the biggest plays of the first half for the Pittsburgh Steelers offense vs the Browns, a 37-yard completion by Big Ben to tight end Jesse James.


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