Antonio Brown Makes A New Promise On Social Media

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Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin said that he was "disappointed" with the way Brown left the team.

When focusing on football, Brown has proven to be one of the most explosive receivers in the NFL, and watching him catch 15 touchdown passes in 2018 shows he has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.

The Oakland Raiders receiver first took to Twitter on Sunday to offer some words of wisdom.

Building off of his new persona Antonio Brown made a decision to go full heel yesterday afternoon, as perhaps inspired by the pandemonium of WrestleMania the electrifying wide-receiver took a shot at his former teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster. In his response, AB referenced Smith-Schuster's fumble against the New Orleans Saints in Week 16, which hindered Pittsburgh's chances of making the playoffs. Smith-Schuster sent the message when he was in college. Beside, Smith-Schuster never had a problem with Brown, and any issues Brown had with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger didn't really concern him. All parties involved bickering on the internet.

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Smith-Schuster replied: "Keep your emotions off the internet", followed by a series of tweets referencing Brown. That had provoked Brown to criticize Smith-Schuster for brown-nosing because he is still on his rookie contract.

Not long afterward, Smith-Schuster - clearly hurt by the attack - lashed out at Brown's "big ego".

It's not like Brown revealed anything we didn't know about Smith-Schuster.

After Smith-Schuster played in all 16 games past year, with 111 catches for 1,426 yards he cemented himself as a fan favorite.

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