It has been a while since Antonio Brown pulled the fans of Steelers fans online for the last time spritz with the youngest Jab at a former teammate and was probably the most sympathetic and least "split" player in Pittsburgh squad: JuJu Smith-Schuster.
The first jab came back less than two weeks Young Wideout posted a photo on Twitter and praised Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Exactly ten days after Brown said Roethlisberger had a "proprietary mentality," he was posted. He also liked tweets as a reference when two women in a period of about 1
Brown had a not so subtle reaction that JuJu was just a shame and did not reflect how Roethlisberger was in fact was with teammates in the locker room: 
But the new Raider opted for a more direct approach on Sunday. After taking the time to announce his followers "Keep Your Emotions Off the Internet" and Pittsburgh Fans to go further [his] @ Raiders jersey "Brown had a rather emotional response to someone who reminded him that Smith-Schuster had won the MVP team last year (a price more or less equivalent to a free sandwich at Primanti Bros.).
19659004] Jesus Christ, age. For starters, this is a fictitious team award that Brown has won four times, and most recently in the year before Smith-Schuster. Second, what's the argument here? The Steelers fans should not increase Juju because of the biggest mistake of the career of the young advancement? It's alright to try the idiots online, but hitting a popular star recipient with a stray is not exactly the best way to reassure Steelers fans. Brown desperately wants to "continue". That does not help Smith either. Schuster's response to this was a genuine expression of disappointment, which will surely please anyone who does not consider Brown as his lifelong hero.
Brown may Come out like a complete dick, but you must give it some credit. The fact that he has managed to anger the fan base of his former city on the way to greener pastures, that not many people will be a real improvement, means that he can fit well with the soon to be Las Vegas Raiders, a franchise It knows a thing or two about something like that.