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Steelers reenact A.J. Green brawl during touchdown celebration

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

If the 2017 NFL season is a renaissance for the league in terms of touchdown celebrations, Pittsburgh's JuJu Smith-Schuster is, at least, Donatello.

His creativity may have caught the attention of Cincinnati fans this past Sunday when, with the help of Le'Veon Bell, he reenacted a recent on-field scrap involving Bengals pro bowl wide receiver A.J. Green.

Green recently told reporters he was fined $42,000 by the league for fighting with Jacksonville defensive back Jalen Ramsey. The NFL fine schedule says a first offense fight is a fine of more than $30,000. It was the first ejection of Green’s career.

Green said he is accepting the penalty and will not appeal.

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After being shoved by Ramsey earlier in the season, Green responded by wrestling Ramsey to the ground and throwing multiple punches. Both Green and Ramsey were ejected for the fight, but will not miss additional game time because of the incident.

Ramsey later admitted to repeatedly calling Green "soft" during the game.

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The Bengals and Steelers face off again Dec. 4 on Monday Night Football. Kickoff is slated for 8:30 p.m. in Cincinnati.

Pittsburgh beat Cincinnati 29-14 at home in October.

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