Smith-Schuster rattled off several tweets, including a play off Brown's original tweet about emotions and a shot at Brown's ego.
One Twitter user shared a picture of wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster as the team's 2018 team MVP.
Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told ESPN in a recent interview that the presence of Smith-Schuster wasn't a factor in Brown's desire to be traded, but rather the need for a new start.
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Watching the Steelers miss out on the playoffs this past season obviously came as a huge surprise since the team seemed to be in ideal position to earn at least a Wild Card spot, but also for Brown to blame Smith-Schuster for what took place is simply ridiculous.
"All I ever did was show that man love and respect from the moment I got to the league", Smith-Schuster tweeted. "Smh", while reiterating Brown's previous advice to 'leave your emotions off the internet'.
Smith-Schuster posted a quote from Mark Twain saying, "Never argue with a fool".
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The All-Pro wide receiver has had enough, apparently.
After Smith-Schuster played in all 16 games a year ago, with 111 catches for 1,426 yards he cemented himself as a fan favorite. Seeing the young receiver pass him in catches and receiving yards nearly certainly factored into Brown's angst.
As football fans know, Brown would eventually get traded to the Oakland Raiders, and any slim chance of the speedster ending up in Los Angeles was quickly thrown out the window, which seems for the best after looking at what the wideout has been up to lately.
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The post seemed to indicate that there was, indeed, some love between the wide receivers, but that may no longer be the case after Brown's decision to "take shots", as Smith-Schuster saw it.