Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee and Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown may play on different teams, but they are both part of an exclusive fraternity: the National Football League.
Members of that fraternity back each other when push comes to shove. Now that Brown is under fire, McAfee has come to the wideout's defense.
On Tuesday, Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network reported (via Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk) that the Steelers were concerned Brown was more focused on himself than the team. The report stated that Brown pouted after DeAngelo Williams scored a touchdown in the AFC Championship Game because the ball didn't get thrown his way.
McAfee clearly saw things differently.
As the report made its way around the web, Kinkhabwala took to Twitter to provide more information on the situation: