Antonio Brown's feud with the Steelers isn't over quite yet.
Brown spent the first part of the offseason forcing his way out of Pittsburgh and has thrown a few social media barbs at his old club since being traded to the Raiders at the start of the new league year.
The All-Pro receiver previously ripped former coach Mike Tomlin for his remarks at the NFL's owner meetings.
On Sunday, Brown found a new target.
After a Steelers fan tweeted a picture at Brown that stated JuJu Smith-Schuster was named Steelers Player of the Year for last season, Brown started seeing red and dragged his former teammate in a reply to the fan's tweet.
Emotion: boy fumbled the whole post season in the biggest game of year ! Everyone went blind to busy making guys famous not enough reality these days ! 🤙🏾 by the way check the list https://t.co/2SWWT8k0jx— AB (@AB84) April 7, 2019
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. The loss bumped the Steelers out of the driver's seat in the AFC North and forced them to rely on a Baltimore Ravens loss in Week 17 in order to make the playoffs. The Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns and the Steelers' season ended much sooner than they hoped.
Smith-Schuster fired back by repeating an early tweet Brown had sent about keeping his emotions in check.
Keep your emotions off the internet— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) April 7, 2019
Then the USC product addressed Brown directly.
All I ever did was show that man love and respect from the moment I got to the league. I was genuinely happy for him too when he got traded to Oakland w/ a big contract, and now he takes shots at me on social media?— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) April 7, 2019
Crazy how big that ego got to be to take shots at people who show you love! Smh— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) April 7, 2019
Unfortunately, the Raiders and Steelers aren't scheduled to meet in the 2019 regular season. But if the Raiders can improve in Year 2 of Jon Gruden's second run as head coach, a potential playoff matchup could be in the cards.
Wouldn't that be juicy?