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Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell suspended from Twitter after telling fan to ‘kill yourself’

Sometimes when you are a professional athlete or high-profile celebrity, you need to understand the power of fame. Unfortunately, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell is yet to fully grasp the concept that telling somebody to kill themselves is not a terrific idea, especially on Twitter. The Steelers apparently agree, telling Mitchell to stay off all social media platforms indefinitely...
Via Awful Announcing
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Mitchell given Twitter suspension by Steelers

Mike Mitchell keeps finding himself on the receiving end of rebukes from the Pittsburgh Steelers. A week ago Mike Tomlin decried Mitchell’s actions after the safety jumped the victory formation in a loss to the Jets. This week Mitchell reportedly was told by the team to take a break from social media after he sent...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers’ Mike Mitchell Banned From Twitter After Telling Fan To ‘Kill Yourself’

  Mike Mitchell might have told a fan what many players secretly wanted to say. Slander is something that’s much be something you’d get used to if you’re a professional athlete. But to get into an argument with someone behind the screen is a bit much.   And here’s another one.   [BSO] The post Steelers’ Mike Mitchell Banned From Twitter After Telling Fan To ‘Kill...
Via Geeks and Cleats
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers reportedly ban Mitchell from Twitter after exchange with fans

Another NFL player took the bait. Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell has been banned from using Twitter by the organization after an ugly exchange with some fans via direct message, CBS Pittsburgh reports. Mitchell was on social media following his team's 27-24 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Monday night. While the messages he sent were private, they all got out. Mitchell...
Via Fox Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers suspend Mitchell from Twitter after nasty messages

There’s been plenty of social media-related news around the NFL in recent weeks after players from various teams have chosen to respond to inflammatory comments directed at them on Twitter by irate fans and trolls. But we’ve yet to see a player actually get banned from the social media platform for responding to fans…until now. The Pittsburgh Steelers have reportedly banned...
Via Gridiron Grit
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Mike Mitchell Told To Stay Off Social Media After He Told A Fan He Should Kill Himself

Its been a crazy few days for the Pittsburgh Steelers and it looks like safety Mike Mitchell has helped make it even crazier. According to a Tuesday report by KDKA, Mitchell has been told by the Steelers to stay off of social media after telling a fan who was harassing him after Tuesday night’s win […] Report: Mike Mitchell Told To Stay Off Social Media After He Told A Fan He...
Via Steelers Depot
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Steelers' Mitchell Should Be Fined; Jets' Mangold Awarded A Game Ball

I was just about to turn off the Jets/Steelers game Sunday afternoon when I noticed the exact same thing that Jets center Nick Mangold did.  The Jets were in a 'victory' last snap and kneel down by Mike Vick to end the game--a mere formality.  Yet here comes Steelers safety Mike Mitchell creeping suspiciously down into the box as if he’s going to hit...
Via Football By Football
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tomlin not happy with Mitchell jumping victory formation

During his Monday press conference, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan called the late-game dive over the line of scrimmage by Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell a “bush league” move. On Tuesday, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin pretty much agreed with Ryan. “It was not professional, I’ll say that,” Tomlin said Tuesday during his press conference. “Mike […] ...
Via Steelers Depot
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Mitchell Doesn’t Care That The Jets Took Exception To His Late Game Leap

Several New York Jets players took exception to Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell diving over the line of scrimmage on the second to last kneel down of the game Sunday, but the defensive player has since defended his actions. “I don’t really care anything about what they’re saying,” Mitchell said, according to “I’m going […] Mike Mitchell Doesn’t...
Via Steelers Depot
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Mitchell’s Time In Pittsburgh Just Beginning

The Pittsburgh Steelers began addressing their impending safety concerns during this offseason when they replaced the aging veteran Ryan Clark with one of the bigger free agent signings in their recent history, free safety Mike Mitchell. Mitchell was immediately injected into the starting lineup opposite Troy Polamalu, who himself may be in his last season […] Mike Mitchell...
Via Steelers Depot
October 22, 2014  |  Discuss

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