Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians drew some criticism on Sunday after cameras showing him slapping Bucs safety Andrew Adams on the helmet. Arians claimed Andrews could’ve drawn himself a penalty for pulling players out of the pile during the kickoff, which is in fact a rule.
On of Arians’ critics following the incident was one of his former players, wide receiver Antonio Brown.
AB took to Twitter to comment on the matter, tweeting “Pit not the palace”
Arians was asked if he regrets getting physical with Adams.
“No, and I’ve seen enough dumb,” Arians said. “You can’t pull guys out of a pile. We just got a big play, great field position, and he’s trying to pull a guy out of a pile, and I was trying to knock him off of that guy so he didn’t get a penalty.”
Brown and Arians are not on great terms with each other after their sideline fallout at MetLife Stadium.
Don’t expect Arians to speak out on what Brown had to say on Twitter.