Pittsburgh Steelers stars Chase Claypool and Cam Heyward clearly don’t see eye-to-eye on how the team can can out of their rut following the blowout loss to the rival Bengals.
Earlier in the week, Claypool suggested the Steelers should start blasting music during practices to loosen up the vibes a little bit.
“We have music in the warm ups and that, so it’s fun,” Claypool said Monday. “People are dancing, having fun. So, I think maybe music would make practice more more fun and little more up-tempo.”
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It’s safe to say that Cam Heyward wasn’t into the whole “music at practice” idea from Chase Claypool.
The defensive end joined Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show on Tuesday, and absolutely roasted Claypool for saying the team needed to stay loose with music during practices.
When the radio hosts made it clear that Chase Claypool was not kidding, Cam Heyward put his foot down, adamant that no music would be blasting when the team is at work on the practice field.
“Well, then he’s gonna be in shock, because there’s not gonna be anything played during practice.”
After the embarrassing loss, the Steelers now sit at 5-5-1, in third place in the AFC North.