The 30-year-old's relationship with the Steelers only worsened from that point on, and Brown proceeded to ask for a trade. Pittsburgh made it all the way to the Saints' 42-yard line with 41 seconds to go. It was Smith-Schuster's first fumble of his career.
Smith-Schuster winning the Steelers' most valuable player award, as voted on by teammates, seemed to make matters worse.
Smith-Schuster had previously defended Ben Roethlisberger, with whom Brown clearly has beef. All parties involved bickering on the internet. Sub-tweets on Twitter have been exchanged by Smith-Schuster and Brown, beginning a war of words on social media.
We'll update this space with more subtweets as they come in fresh off the Twitter wire.
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Additionally, Smith-Schuster expressed his disappointment over Brown's slight of his game, writing: "Crazy how big that ego got to be to take shots at people who show you love!" And frankly, it's downright impressive that Smith-Schuster had the confidence and smarts to reach out to Brown with hopes of learning how to be a professional. "Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference". That had provoked Brown to criticize Smith-Schuster for brown-nosing because he is still on his rookie contract.
After Smith-Schuster played in all 16 games a year ago, with 111 catches for 1,426 yards he cemented himself as a fan favorite.
Brown then produced an Instagram post shortly thereafter that showed him hugging Smith-Schuster.
Looks like Brown might need to watch his back during that game.