Saints contradict reasoning Arians was on the field

Antonio Brown isn’t the only one with something to say about Bruce Arians’ behavior on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sidelines last Sunday. 

The Buccaneers said after Sunday’s kerfuffle in New Orleans that former head coach Arians was on the sidelines with the team because the Saints didn’t offer him and general manager Jason Licht seating up above the field. 

But, from the look of things, that’s not true. Arians and Licht were, in fact, given seats up in the press box and chose to be down on the field instead.

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