Florio asked where Brown would aim.
"Definitely in the head," he said with a chuckle.
Burfict and Brown have head trauma history, of course. The Steelers star was concussed on an illegal hit by the Bengals linebacker during January's contentious Wild Card matchup between the two rivals. Jones would later claim he was certain Brown had faked his brain injury to curry favor with game officials and added that Brown deserved a "Grammy" for his acting performance. Burfict was suspended the first three games of the 2016 season for repeated violations of safety-related playing rules.