Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown unveils new touchdown celebration

Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown unveils new touchdown celebration

Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown unveils new touchdown celebration

Rookie defensive end Myles Garrett has a high right ankle sprain and will not play against the Steelers in the season opener September 10, the Browns reported in an update on September 7.

No. 1 pick Myles Garrett stood in front of the cameras and microphones Wednesday morning and doubled down on his draft-weekend talk of targeting Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger for his first National Football League sack. That means he will sit out against the Steelers and likely the following week at Baltimore, and perhaps other games.

Ahead of the Steelers Week 1 matchup against the division rival Cleveland Browns, Brown took to Twitter to give a preview of his new touchdown dance he'll be putting on display the first time he reaches the end zone this season. He suffered a left foot injury in minicamp with the Browns in June and had to wear a walking boot.

On draft night, after the Browns took Garrett with the No. 1 pick, the former Texas A&M standout said of Roethlisberger that he's "coming for him first, to chop him down".

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Interestingly enough, the Browns could have drafted Roethlisberger back in 2004.

The Browns dominated this rivalry at its inception, posting their longest win streak of the series and winning eight consecutive games and 16 of their first 18 match ups.

Myles Garrett's big plans to sack Ben Roethlisberger in the season opener may be on hold. "As I said several times before with not just his situation, these things happen in football".

The Cleveland Browns have stunk for decades.

"He's a great player, but now I have to look at him as just another one of my peers", Garrett said Wednesday. "I'm just blessed to have a group in front of me that's going to help protect that". The Steelers star and three-time All-Pro has 37 scores during the regular season since 2014. Expectations are muted for the Browns overall, but there is no better way to inject hope into an atrophying fanbase quite like beating the fellas in black and yellow. "He is going to become an enemy as soon as that ball gets snapped and we flip the coin". See what I'm saying about that guy? Coach Mike Tomlin said Bell's week of practice would determine workload vs. Browns.

"My bold prediction, I really feel like Myles can make the Pro Bowl his rookie year". But as the Steelers prepare for Sunday's game, it might be said that Roethlisberger owns Cleveland.

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