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Ryan Clark reminds Patriots fans he won a championship with the Steelers in his time with the team

Ex-Steelers safety Ryan Clark won a Super Bowl ring as a member of the Steelers in 2008. That's one more ring than the Patriots won during Clark's time in Pittsburgh. He felt the need to remind fans of that.

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What, Ryan Clark worry?

It's been a while since the former Steelers safety has made news by the team he played for from 2006-13. Perhaps he decided to make a comeback.

Clark's message, via Twitter, comes amid a slew of comments suggesting Clark does not feel the Patriots are coming out clean amid DeflateGate. His timeline is full of anti-Clark sentiment, which is nothing new for the current Redskins safety and aspiring TV analyst.

The NFL allegedly has zeroed in on a ball boy employed by the New England Patriots as a suspected contributor to the deflation of footballs during the AFC Championship game. He is considered a "person of interest," despite Patriots coach Bill Belichick's scientific press conference this past weekend. Belichick laid out the Patriots' process leading into a game, and offered up an explanation as to how the footballs may have become deflated.

It doesn't appear Clark is buying it, pointing out the Steelers' Super Bowl championship in the time he was in Pittsburgh, compared to the zero titles in that time won by the Patriots - who lost Super Bowls after the 2007 and 2011 seasons.