Antonio Brown’s latest tweet provokes Steelers fans

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Antonio Brown’s latest post on social media, just five words long, turned Twitter upside down.

His tweet “I just want to resign Steeler” at 12:04 exceeded the total of 10,000 reactions, likes and retweets by 12:30

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After several commenters suggested that Brown wanted to play for the Steelers again, he posted another tweet:

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What prompted the former tweet of Steeler’s wide receiver, one can only guess.

The Steelers lost local favorite Ju Ju Smith-Schuster to a free agency this offseason, however just signed the pick in the second round of the George Pickens draft on Friday.

Some observers say the Pickens could be a good option № 3 after Diont Johnson and Chase Claypool this season, when the Steelers re-established their play after the retirement of future Hall of Fame defender Ben Rothlisberger.

The last time he was seen in NFL uniform, Brown was a Tampa Bay fighter when he filmed her during his amazing departure from the January 2 game in New York City.

Brown played for the Steelers from 2010 to 2018, receiving invitations to seven Pro Bowls and earning a reputation as one of the most dangerous NFL players. In just 12 seasons – he briefly played with New England in 2019 – he caught 928 passes on 12,291 yards and 83 touchdowns. Check out his full stats here with the Pro Football Reference.


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