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Devin Bush Drama?

jitter77

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He basically said any grown man on Tik Tok needs to stay away from him. Seems like a shot at teammates. I get people don't like tik tok, but players are young men. No one no matter what job it is, no one works 24-7 and most people need some time to unwind. You can train study 8+ hours a day and still have time for hobbies. No one questions guys who are out there golfing or shooting commercials or what not. It just seems the social media stuff has an unfair stigma to it.

Also wasnt he the one complaining about Tebow vs Colin? Devin doesn't seem to be giving off a good vibe. I hope he is not creating locker room issues. That is the last thing this team needs.
 

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steel dino

Thanks Ben!
You know....and I can still remember when...

The Pittsburgh Steelers were seen as a "lighthouse" organization throughout all of sports..
 

Fiji Mariner

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Says the guy on Twitter lol
Claypool or JuJu could likely kick his @$$
If it’s anything more than good natured ball busting he’s a moron
 

Drink IRON City

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WoW, nice team bonding experience. Nothing like bringing home the BACON for all to share............................................


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stillwright

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Maybe he is trying to take a leadership approach. Hopefully goes and jumps off of Twitter himself. Social media is horrible. One area we have been lacking at in the locker room is leadership. Lead away Bush. Put these tiktok idiots in their place. We already know our HC doesn't have the spine to. And TJ better put big brother in his place and tell him to worry about his own locker room. :)
 

jitter77

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What's the difference between people doing social media, shooting commercials, golfing, traveling, etc etc during their spare time? Look at someone like Peyton Manning. He had many activities outside of football and was still considered one of the best students of the game.

Bush has probably made more controversial tweets than JuJu has so far. JuJu seems to show up in shape and put in proper work in practice. He was still our most dependable receiver even though coaching changed his role to the possession chain moving guy. Some of the things JuJu does helps build team chemistry. If you can enjoy work it makes it better for everyone. I'm not a big fan of social media, but i think it's unfair to equate social media with players being lazy or undedicated.
 

stillwright

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JuJu also likes to tictok himself on the other teams logo while on the clock. AB live streamed a locker room HC speach. You dont see a difference there with Manning making a commercial? I do anyways. One is doing it off the clock to make money. The other 2 are on the clock involving the team without their consent selfishly to make money.
 

jitter77

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JuJu also likes to tictok himself on the other teams logo while on the clock. AB live streamed a locker room HC speach. You dont see a difference there with Manning making a commercial? I do anyways. One is doing it off the clock to make money. The other 2 are on the clock involving the team without their consent selfishly to make money.
Yes there is a difference, but it seems more of maturity thing than social media. It is certainly not the smartest thing to do, but people have been disrespecting logos long before tik tok was a thing. Look at how sensitive we get when someone disrespects the towel. I did not like JuJu's logo dancing or his comments after he was told to stop. Ultimately he did come around and stop. JuJu showed a lot of maturity and loyalty by staying w/ the Steelers for less $. I just think the media is making way too much out of his social media stuff.
 

SteelerSask

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What's the difference between people doing social media, shooting commercials, golfing, traveling, etc etc during their spare time? Look at someone like Peyton Manning. He had many activities outside of football and was still considered one of the best students of the game.

Bush has probably made more controversial tweets than JuJu has so far. JuJu seems to show up in shape and put in proper work in practice. He was still our most dependable receiver even though coaching changed his role to the possession chain moving guy. Some of the things JuJu does helps build team chemistry. If you can enjoy work it makes it better for everyone. I'm not a big fan of social media, but i think it's unfair to equate social media with players being lazy or undedicated.
I agree with the vast majority of this post, but the dancing on logos shit was just too much for me. I don't even think it matters that much, but I do think it pressurizes you to try to do more than you should. I also think when you lose, you look like a fuckin idiot.
 

stillwright

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Yes there is a difference, but it seems more of maturity thing than social media. It is certainly not the smartest thing to do, but people have been disrespecting logos long before tik tok was a thing. Look at how sensitive we get when someone disrespects the towel. I did not like JuJu's logo dancing or his comments after he was told to stop. Ultimately he did come around and stop. JuJu showed a lot of maturity and loyalty by staying w/ the Steelers for less $. I just think the media is making way too much out of his social media stuff.
You can call it loyality. I call it smart. He is banking on himself to have an upswing season with Ben. Then test the market again with the cap inflating upwards. He didn't get what he thinks he was worth. Did his tiktoking devalue him in the eyes of some teams? Maybe.
 

MTC

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Yes there is a difference, but it seems more of maturity thing than social media. It is certainly not the smartest thing to do, but people have been disrespecting logos long before tik tok was a thing. Look at how sensitive we get when someone disrespects the towel. I did not like JuJu's logo dancing or his comments after he was told to stop. Ultimately he did come around and stop. JuJu showed a lot of maturity and loyalty by staying w/ the Steelers for less $. I just think the media is making way too much out of his social media stuff.
Did he stay with the Steelers for $50 less?
I know a guy that needs $50
 

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