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Steelers OTAs Recap Day 2: Antonio Brown discusses plans for future TD celebrations

Get a look at how the Pittsburgh Steelers Day 2 of OTAs went down at the UPMC Rooney practice facility.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers were back on the football field, yes in shorts, Wednesday for their second round of Organized Team Activities (OTAs), and of course there was news to be discussed.

Most notable for some was Antonio Brown’s reaction to Roger Goodell loosening the reins on the NFL’s stance on touchdown celebrations. Of course, the media asked him what those celebrations will look like, and of course, he wasn’t very specific.

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As fun as the topic of celebrations are, when talking about Antonio Brown, he did speak about the passing of team chairman Dan Rooney. See what he said about OTAs, without the former ambassador for the first time in team history.

Stephon Tuitt out after surgery

Le’Veon Bell wasn’t the only player not present at the team’s OTAs, but also Stephon Tuitt. However, Tuitt had a justifiable excuse, as did Bell with his groin surgery, and it was Tuitt had surgery on his hand this offseason, per Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Ed Bouchette.

While it is never good for a player to miss any type of workout, if Tuitt is able to rehab and not miss any time in the regular season, when the games actually count, that would be the best case scenario for the former Notre Dame product.