At the behest of Adam Pacman Jones, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has deemed the sound of Antonio Brown crumpling to the ground after a vicious hit by Vontaze Burfict warranted Grammy consideration.
Neil Portnow, President of the NARAS began to explain their justification of the recognition, "Between the crushing sound of the hit, the haunting groan of agony as he went unconscious along with all of the subtle cracks and clinks as his padding hit the turf was a cacophony of violence. It was a true reflection of the violent nature of his profession, and even a metaphor for the messy, uncontrollable nature of life, a real world representation of the trials and tribulations each living thing..."
A member of the press cut off Portnow, and explained, "You do understand that Brown was suggested for a Grammy by a bonehead that thinks it's an acting award, right?"
After a brief, agitated pause, Portnow continued, "Regardless, we feel that Antionio Brown's audio stylings deserve consideration by our Academy, and we will be stick with our nomination of his efforts."
Portnow was heard exclaiming under his breath to his assistant as he hurriedly rushed from the podium, "What kind of idiot doesn't know the difference between an Emmy and a Grammy?!"
Antonio Brown has graciously accepted the recognition.