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NFL’s Antonio Brown apparently has big six-figure Facebook deal

NFL's Antonio Brown apparently has big six-figure Facebook deal

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Getty ImagesHmm, I guess we may now know why Pittsburgh Steelers‘ star Antonio Brown‘s controversial locker room video was on Facebook Live moments after the Steelers’ upset playoff win.The All-Pro wide receiver has an endorsement deal with the social networking giant that’s in the “high six-figures,” according to a NFL.com report Sunday.In case you missed it, Brown was criticized and reportedly fined for posting Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin‘s profanity-laced postgame locker room victory speech on Facebook’s live-streaming video feature after the team defeated the Kansas City Chiefs on Jan. 15.

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Source: Facebook encouraged Antonio Brown to do locker-room live broadcast

Source: Facebook encouraged Antonio Brown to do locker-room live broadcast

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Posted by Mike Florio on January 22, 2017, 10:18 AM ESTSteelers receiver Antonio Brown’s ill-advised decision to broadcast live from the post-game locker room in Kansas City can no longer be chalked up to an exercise of unbridled enthusiasm.Per a league source, Facebook actually encouraged Brown to engage in a Facebook Live session from the locker room after the game.A Facebook spokesperson declined comment on the situation.

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Steelers’ Antonio Brown has six-figure deal with Facebook

Steelers' Antonio Brown has six-figure deal with Facebook

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Steelers receiver Antonio Brown‘s much-publicized use of Facebook Live last week wasn’t an accident or a random event.The star pass-catcher, who drew the public ire of coach Mike Tomlin, will play against the Patriots on Sunday, a week after opening up his team’s postgame locker room to hundreds of thousands of people via a live stream video.And he did so as a company man.

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