Eric Weddle rips 'childish' Antonio Brown for tweet about Smith-Schuster

Antonio Brown throws shade at JuJu Smith-Schuster on Twitter over fumble

Antonio Brown throws shade at JuJu Smith-Schuster on Twitter over fumble

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

After another social media slight from former teammate Antonio Brown, the Steelers wideout used Twitter to respond on Sunday. The former third-round pick from Stanford took to Twitter to send a strong message to Brown.

Brown took particular exception to a response with which a fan reminded him that Smith-Schuster was named the Steelers' Most Valuable Player for the 2018 season.

Unfortunately, the Raiders and Steelers aren't scheduled to meet in the 2019 regular season. Brown was quick to bring up Smith-Schuster's last-minute fumble in Week 16 against the Saints, which led to a loss that helped cost them a postseason berth. To while Brown proceeded to throw Smith-Schuster under the bus for his fumble against the New Orleans Saints last season.

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After Brown criticized Roethlisberger in February, Smith-Schuster appeared to make a point of tweeting in late March: "I was so blessed to enter the league and play with a Hall of Fame QB as a 20-year old".

That apparently was too much for Smith-Schuster, who began his response by quoting Brown's "keep your emotions off the internet" line.

The second-year wide receiver talked about Brown's ego. The competitive friction between Brown and Smith-Schuster likely was one of the reasons the All-Pro receiver forced his way out of Pittsburgh, wanting to be unquestioned No. 1 receiver somewhere else.

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