Steelers' Antonio Brown fined $24K for touchdown dance against Colts

PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown's expensive year continues.

Brown received a $24,309 fine for unsportsmanlike conduct this week after celebrating a touchdown with a dance routine in a Week 12 win over the Indianapolis Colts. Running back Le'Veon Bell, who partnered with Brown on the dance, got a $12,154 fine. Brown's fine was larger because he's a repeat offender.

Brown's tally now exceeds $60,000 after three separate unsportsmanlike fines for touchdown celebrations and one uniform violation for wearing baby blue cleats.

Brown has 10 touchdowns this season. After one of his three scores against Indianapolis, Brown and Bell celebrated with an elaborate handshake and a shimmy.

This dance was tame compared with his twerking dances that elicited fines earlier in the season.

After picking up two fines in Week 1 against Washington, Brown told ESPN they were "nothing to a boss."

"We all follow the rules," Brown said Friday. "The NFL does a great job of taking care of the players."

Then Brown, who earlier told reporters that he now goes by Ronald, said, "Ronald just gotta follow the rules."