In the wake of his trade request, Brown shed light on superstar quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's past financial settlements with two women who accused him of sexual assault, "liking" a pair of posts referencing the incidents on Twitter.
Brown tweeted he "Loves Steelers Nation everything to my heart" but said "no more" when asked any comeback might be in the offing. He claims he's going to answer with real truth and facts. This comes after Brown got into a late-season spat with Ben Roethlisberger. Some are quite hilarious.
He said: "No conflict just a matter of respect!" It's a dirty game within a game.
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Other tweets from Brown cement the idea that he is looking for an opportunity elsewhere, whether it's with the Packers, 49ers or another team interested in acquiring a wide receiver who caught 104 passes and 15 touchdowns last season. "I'm the bad guy doe (sic) we miss post season think about it".
The 30-year-old All-Pro is scheduled to meet with team president Art Rooney II next week, a source confirmed to ESPN.
However, with his recent frustrations, it's hard to see exactly how the wide receiver could salvage his relationship with the franchise to still be a player for them entering the 2019 season.
He is owed a $2.5 million roster bonus on March 17, which is just a couple of days after the 2019 league year begins, meaning we could see a conclusion to the situation between the Steelers and Brown by then.