Antonio Brown’s locker room video didn’t end up costing him much

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown talks with reporters after their NFL football practice, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017, in Pittsburgh. The Steelers face the New England Patriots in the AFC conference championship on Sunday. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

Not long after Antonio Brown’s social media blunder in the locker room, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said he would discipline the star receiver for his “selfish” actions. He hinted that it wouldn’t be an in-game punishment, saying he wouldn’t hurt the team as a whole, but it was clear a fine was certainly coming.

On Sunday, “FOX Sports NFL” Insider Jay Glazer reported that Brown was fined $10,000 by the Steelers for violating the team’s social media policy.

This isn’t exactly a harsh fine for Brown, who not only makes $8.39 million per year but also reportedly has a six-figure marketing deal with Facebook. So needless to say, that fine from Tomlin won’t hurt Brown’s bank account.

It’s still unclear whether Brown will be disciplined by the NFL for violating the league’s social media policy. However, that’s likely to happen, and it’ll probably be a more severe punishment than the Steelers’ fine.