PITTSBURGH – Antonio Brown does not silence.
The Pittsburgh All-Pro Stillers picked Twitter questions from fans on Saturday, and his responses showed disappointments in the organization that led to a formal trading request.
Brown told fans that he would hold a 10-session #AskAB session to reveal the truth, and the first issue concerned his relationship with Defender Ben Reetlsberger. He did not restrain himself.
No conflict is just a matter of respect! Mutual respect! He has the mentality of the owner, as he can cause anyone, including coaches. Players know, but they can not say anything about it, otherwise they go. This is a game in the game. #truth https://t.co/MsSyBVd3Ny
̵1; Antonio Brown (@ AB84) February 16, 2019
Sources told ESPN in January that Brown was tired of being a scapegoat for the problems of Steelers and was a private disorder Roethlisberger called his route-running after the loss of Week 12 to Denver Broncos. Retlicberger said after the season that he considers Brown to be a friend and wanted him to return to the team.
Brown turned to what happened at the 17th week when the receiver upset the organization that missed Saturday. He also "left" the team at the beginning of the week, the source said.
After the coach told the team, I threw food when I looked after some strokes, and then invited me to watch the show with the same guys who think that I threw I can not stand it! I'm a bad guy cute we miss the post season think about it https://t.co/imrJ8jnnBc
– Antonio Brown (@ AB84) February 16, 2019
Brown first asked for trade at the end of January and released a video in social media on Tuesday, thanking fans for over forty years in Pittsburgh.
Can they expect the first round for Brown? Why would it be useful for them to wait until June to move it?
President Steelers Art Rooney II has to meet with Antonio Brown next week, report sources of ESPN, after an unsatisfied recipient asked for trade and declared himself "open to business."
         The 30-year-old All-Pro is scheduled to meet the president of the Art Runie II team next week, the source confirmed by ESPN. Rooney told the local media last month that he would like to hear directly from Brown.
Brown holds the record for the NFL for most consecutive seasons with 100 out of six. Trade would cost Steelers $ 21.12 million dead money that would be offset by $ 22.165 million in cost savings. March 17, he has a reward of $ 2.5 million
Asked about any chance that he will remain in the team Brown wrote a tweet : "Love the Stillers of the nation is all for my heart" no more ! "