Fists Fly at Steelers' OTA Session on Tuesday

Contact is prohibited during the voluntary Organized Team Activity sessions, but since this is football, it's unavoidable. And as long as there's contact in a competitive atmosphere, there are going to be fights.

During the Pittsburgh Steelers' OTA session on Tuesday, some face-mask slapping occurred between second-year cornerback Keenan Lewis and 2010 sixth-round pick Antonio Brown.

"It's just competitive nature," Brown said, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "Guys are fighting, there's high intensity. But we're all on the team. We're all Steelers.

"I could have broken my hand," Brown added after a talking to by some veteran teammates. "I felt I had a good block on him and I think he was mad because I had good position. But, at the end of the day, I take the blame."

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