Justin Reid on Antonio Brown: "I can’t wait to smash this dude"

Justin Reid on Antonio Brown:

Justin Reid on Antonio Brown: "I can’t wait to smash this dude"

Antonio Brown might have left Pittsburgh, but he has not left Twitter, for better or worse.

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

But, since Pittsburgh traded Brown to Oakland, Brown still can't seem to let things go, taking shots at his former teammates and constantly taking aim at Smith-Schuster, of whom Brown was apparently jealous for winning the Steelers' team MVP this past season. He suggested Smith-Schuster's late-game fumble against the Saints previous year cost the Steelers their postseason chances. Pittsburgh made it all the way to the Saints' 42-yard line with 41 seconds to go.

It was Smith-Schuster's only fumble of the year. Smith-Schuster was a college receiver asking for advice in a respectable manner. All parties involved bickering on the internet.

What did Brown think this post was going to accomplish? The two receivers were cordial, with Smith-Schuster deferring to Brown at every turn, out of respect for his All-Pro pedigree.

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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. "Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference".

"What's up AB?" Smith-Schuster wrote. In this instance, Brown seemed to want to expose Smith-Schuster's early admiration - hoping that it will deliver a mic drop.

Almost everything in the National Football League comes down to money, and Smith-Schuster was messing with Brown's bottom line.

Looks like Brown might need to watch his back during that game.

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