Texans' Justin Reid 'can’t wait to smash' Antonio Brown

Texans' Justin Reid 'can’t wait to smash' Antonio Brown

Antonio Brown may have alienated the last person left in Pittsburgh who still had some love for the former Steelers wide receiver.

Brown's unprompted tweet referred to Smith-Schuster's critical fumble in Week 16 against the New Orleans Saints last season.

Brown quoted a fans tweet at him which featured a graphic of Smith-Schuster winning Steelers Team MVP a year ago, which reportedly played a factor in Brown desiring a move away from Pittsburgh. Beside, Smith-Schuster never had a problem with Brown, and any issues Brown had with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger didn't really concern him. "Smh", while reiterating Brown's previous advice to 'leave your emotions off the internet'.

Apparently, it was also the final blow Smith-Schuster could take before responding because the third-year wide receiver clapped back with his own series of Tweets. "Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference". Being a top tier performer for the Steelers, combined with his social media presence and lovable celebration has made him a cult hero, and the worst possible person for Brown to try and attack.

Reid, who will begin his second year in the National Football League, played in all 16 games last season with 12 starts.

Smith-Schuster wanted to focus on his development on and off the field.

In the message, dated to 2015, Smith-Schuster (then a USC player) appears to laud Brown and ask the veteran wideout for tips on becoming a better receiver.

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

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