The tweet from Brown was citing Smith-Schuster's crucial Week 16 fumble against New Orleans in the final minute that allowed the Saints to hang on for a 31-28 win and dealt a huge blow to the Steelers' playoff hopes.
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.
JuJu posted the following quote from author Mark Twain on Sunday afternoon, "Never argue with a fool".
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We do believe that the foul call was correct, but it should've been a double-dribble, which likely would've given Auburn the win. The season did not end as Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett intended. "Let's not remember this game because of just how it ended".
Retweeting Brown's criticism of Smith-Schuster, Reid declared that he respects Brown's skills, but can't wait to "smash" him.
While we await Brown's response - it seems unlikely that he'll just let all that slide - it's worth going over some of the history between the two wide receivers. "Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference".
Smith-Schuster was quick to fire back, referencing Brown's original tweet.
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Brown spent the first part of the offseason forcing his way out of Pittsburgh and has thrown a few social media barbs at his old club since being traded to the Raiders at the start of the new league year. He added, "Sad but true". Smith-Schuster - who is still on his rookie contract while Brown is on his third extension - had expressed his support for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger shortly before then.
The Steelers wide receiver copied what Brown posted saying, "Keep your emotions off the internet".
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