​Antonio Brown is burning every possible bridge in his attempt to get out of ​Pittsburgh.


Brown hasn't been shy calling out the Steelers organization on social media since ​demanding a trade, but he may have gone a step too far this time. While Brown isn't tweeting himself this time, he did like two tweets that referenced the rape allegations surrounding Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the past.

The animosity ​between Brown and the Pittsburgh locker room is pretty clear now that he's acknowledging the very serious accusations made about Roethlisberger both in 2008 and 2010. The 2008 case was settled and the 2010 charges were dropped.


Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney II has expressed his desire to meet with Brown since both of them are in Florida in an attempt to clear the air, but Brown had said he had zero interest in doing so. Then he came around and said he'd partake in a meeting.

The lack of subtlety in Brown's actions show that these feelings must have been festering inside of him for a long time, and that he's officially done in Pittsburgh, sending a message to Rooney that this meeting will be pointless.


Brown's attitude has turned him into a media clown in recent weeks and he continues to double down on this image. Whichever team decides to acquire the wide receiver knows that behavior comes with him.