Antonio Brown Continues To Troll JuJu Smith-Schuster On Instagram

A closeup of Antonio Brown on his phone during warmups

Building off of his new persona Antonio Brown chose to go full heel yesterday afternoon, as perhaps inspired by the pandemonium of WrestleMania the electrifying wide-receiver took a shot at his former teammate JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Now, he is using social media in a more malicious sense.

It was rumored that Brown's desire to leave Pittsburgh was partly driven by the Steelers voting Smith-Schuster as team MVP over him.

Earlier in the day, AB appeared to subtweet a Steelers fan when he wrote: "Keep your emotions off the internet", which led a comedian to reference Brown's furniture-tossing lawsuit incident from last October.

The fumble Brown is referring to is Smith-Schuster's costly gaffe at the end of the Steelers' Week 16 loss to the New Orleans Saints.

Don't forget, though: He's totally not mad.

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The Oakland Raiders receiver first took to Twitter on Sunday to offer some words of wisdom.

Brown drew claims of jealousy over Smith-Schuster, an exciting, young talent primed to take over Brown's role as Pittsburgh's No. 1 wideout.

Brown then switched social media platforms, but his intended message wasn't clear. He did what any sensible person in the midst of a Twitter war would do: take the feud to Instagram. Plus, the content of the message only paints Smith-Schuster in a kind light. There's... nothing wrong with that.

If anything, it makes Smith-Schuster look better, because he was simply asking for advice from an established player, and Brown is calling him out for...being friendly and respectful about it?

Score one for team Juju.

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