Antonio Brown's Latest Twitter Feud Targets Browns QB Baker Mayfield

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Antonio Brown continues to spend most of his time on Twitter now that he is no longer in the NFL.

Having already taken shots at New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, among others, and engaging with Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle, Brown was at it again Saturday morning, this time ripping Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield.

It began when the Browns quarterback posted a photo of himself from his Oklahoma days with the caption, “Just some undersized Walk On…Keep that same energy.”

A fan commented on the picture, “Win football games. That speaks louder than AB’ish style posts,” which prompted Mayfield to fire back at the fan, taking exception to the Brown comparison.

“You’re right…let me call out my teammates and throw a fit about my helmet then go freeze my feet off,” he wrote back.

Brown saw some on Twitter come to his defense, particularly one account that posted a story of when Mayfield was arrested for public intoxication and resisting arrest in college.

“Should of never been drafted before Lamar Jackson what a scam,” he quote tweeted.

He also sent another tweet, which has since been deleted, which took another shot at Mayfield.

“Sorry ass Chico keep rolling right you ain't done nothing in this league the internet only place u would ever talk too or about me; you know u get beat quick slice u up some humble pie,” the tweet read.

Brown also tweeted “It’s going to take more than hate to knock my focus off.”

The 31-year-old former All-Pro wide receiver hinted he was not done with the NFL on Thursday, despite tweeting last Sunday that he would not play in the league anymore.

Brown was released by the Patriots after allegations of sexual assault and misconduct from two women surfaced during his brief 11-day stint on the team, which has also prompted the league to investigate the claims.

Brown is seeking to collect his $9 million signing bonus with New England and is also working on a potential grievance to collect his lost earning from the Oakland Raiders, per ESPN.

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