​Antonio Brown has been venting on Twitter recently, answering fans questions about ​the situation in Pittsburgh between Brown and the ​Steelers


Brown ​called out Ben Roethlisberger in his rant and now he's moved on to his next target. 


Brown's latest tweets are directed at Mike Tomlin, calling out the Pittsburgh head coach for his handling of the situation. Brown claims that Tomlin told the team he quit, making the star wide receiver out to be the bad guy. 

Brown claims that Tomlin had invited him to watch the game from the sideline, despite having told the team that Brown had quit on them. 


Many pointed the finger at Brown when the Steelers missed the postseason and the star wideout is tired of being treated as the villain. He's out to exploit what's really going on in the Steelers' locker room. 

Brown has been extremely active on Twitter recently, having officially requested a trade from the Steelers earlier this week. 


He's burning bridges with those around him in Pittsburgh, and if he isn't traded, the Steelers' locker room could be a pretty uncomfortable place going forward.