Guard Ramon Foster said Brown’s social media snafu didn’t bother him.
It wasn’t anything malicious, Foster said, via the Pittsburgh Tribune Review. It just happened his iPhone was really good.
ESPN reports Brown could be fined for violating the NFL’s social media policy, which prohibits players from posting messages on social media from 90 minutes before kickoff until after post-game interviews are completed. Past penalties for violating the policy include a $25,000 fine against Chad (Ochocinco) Johnson in 2010.
As the menu of Super Bowl prop bets expands each year, the wagering options are getting nuttier.
As an example of the breadth of selections available to gamblers, there are over 800 ways to bet on Super Bowl 51 offered at William Hill U.S., a company that operates 108 sports books in the state of Nevada.
While more traditional props include which player will score the first touchdown when the Falcons and Patriots meet in Houston, who will be named MVP and whether there will be a safety in Cheap Epl Jerseys the game, there are reams of less conventional bets offered in Las Vegas and by offshore sports books.
Some of these tie the Super Bowl to sports other than football, while others touch on politics, Fox’s broadcast of the game, the halftime show featuring Lady Gaga and so much more.
But while Brown reportedly now faces a fine for violating the NFL’s social media policy, some teammates voiced their support for the star wide receiver Monday. And then they circled the wagons to back coach Mike Tomlin’s profane comments about the Patriots, saying the incident will not Cheap Football Jerseys From China be a distraction as Pittsburgh prepares to face New England in the AFC championship game Sunday.