Eric Ebron Already Making Pittsburgh Proud by Calling Out Browns Fan on Twitter

Jason Schandl
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Eric Ebron has already called out a Browns fan on Twitter.
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Eric Ebron has already called out a Browns fan on Twitter. / Rob Leiter/Getty Images
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Having played with some relatively uncompetitive teams so far in his NFL career, never making it beyond the Wild Card Round, Eric Ebron hasn't been exposed to the level of heated rivalry that he's found in Detroit or Indianapolis.

Tensions couldn't get much higher between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns following last season's altercation involving Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph, and Steelers' fans have to love that Ebron is already getting vocal with Browns fans on Twitter.

You love to see this from Ebron. He wasn't even tagged in the tweet, but he wasn't about to let a Browns fan get away with mocking the Steelers' newest offensive weapon. Cleveland may be excited about their addition of Austin Hooper, and Baltimore Ravens fans are high on Mark Andrews, but neither are as proven as Ebron.

Ebron has racked up 283 receptions, 3,195 yards and 27 touchdowns over his NFL career, while neither Hooper nor Andrews have put together more than 16 touchdowns or 2,300 yards to their name.

Ebron's also clearly got a ton of confidence in his game, already being willing to crown himself the best tight end in the division before playing a snap with the Steelers.

Steelers fans have every reason to be optimistic about the 2020 season, and adding Ebron to the mix has already brought some value — even if it's just entertainment value for now.


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