May 22, 2024

Russell Wilson, the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, is well-known in the NFL for his diligence. His work ethic has never been questioned, not even during his prime years as a quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks or during his tenure with the Denver Broncos.

He’s been compared to a well-known Steeler who, at least early in his career, was renowned for his work ethic, according to Mark Kaboly of the Athletic. According to Kaboly, Wilson has started to be compared to early Antonio Brown in terms of work ethic.

You can overlook the heated exchanges on the sidelines with coaches — those things happen more often than you may realize.

You can dismiss a goofy tweet because, well, it’s just Twitter and do you think Antonio Brown meant it when he told a former staffer to “trade me” late Monday morning?

Same goes with the pouting on the field because you aren’t putting up the numbers that you are accustomed to putting up. What star receiver hasn’t done that? Actually, that’s probably why Brown is one of, if not, the best wide receiver in the game today and over the past five years.

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