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Antonio Brown would 'definitely' aim for Vontaze Burfict's head in Pro Bowl dodgeball

CINCINNATI, OH - JANUARY 9: Vontaze Burfict #55 of the Cincinnati Bengals makes a late hit on Antonio Brown #84 of the Pittsburgh Steelers to set up the winning field goal in the fourth quarter of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at Paul Brown Stadium on January 9, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Steelers defeated the Bengals 18-16. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

CINCINNATI, OH - JANUARY 9: Vontaze Burfict #55 of the Cincinnati Bengals makes a late hit on Antonio Brown #84 of the Pittsburgh Steelers to set up the winning field goal in the fourth quarter of the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at Paul Brown Stadium on January 9, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Steelers defeated the Bengals 18-16. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

It's probably safe to assume Antonio Brown and Vontaze Burfict aren't the best of friends. Not only do they play for bitter division rivals, but there's seemingly plenty of animosity between the two on a personal level. That's understandable, considering Brown said Burfict "was trying to kill me" with a vicious hit to his head in last year's playoffs.

Since Brown plays wide receiver, he doesn't get to hit players as often as Burfict does. He could get his shot at revenge in January, though. With the Pro Bowl introducing dodgeball to the game's festivities, there's a chance Brown and Burfict will be on opposite sides, assuming both make it and play.

If that were to happen, Brown would take advantage.

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"Vontaze, 100 percent," Brown said with a laugh when asked which player he'd target in dodgeball.

Brown's other options, given by Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk, were Adam Jones and Josh Norman. Burfict was the obvious choice, as was his target area.

"Definitely in the head," Brown said of where he'd aim.

The All-Pro receiver was (probably) joking about the whole scenario, but it's obvious there's still some tension there between he and the Bengals linebacker. Can you blame him? Burfict's hit warranted a suspension and forced Brown to miss a playoff game.