Antonio Brown, NFL
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Earlier on Tuesday the Pittsburgh Steelers offered to get troubled free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown some help.

The seven-time Pro Bowler might want to take them up on that. After a brief hiatus from social media, Brown was up to his old tricks Tuesday night.

That included Brown going after former agent Drew Rosenhaus, who dropped him as a client recently. It was not subtle.

That’s something else right there.

Brown’s next tweet was a bit more cryptic and needed some diagnosis, as has been par for the course.

From what I gather, Brown is talking about the 5000 Role Models of Exellence program originating from the receiver’s hometown of Miami. Rosenhaus has obviously been involved in the non-profit mentor program over the years.

Regardless, these rants are doing absolutely nothing to help Brown’s status with the NFL and its teams. That’s for sure.

Vincent Frank
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