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Smith-Schuster: Don’t trade AB

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Antonio Brown has a beef with the Pittsburgh Steelers right now. Yet, fellow wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster does not want the team to trade Brown.

“No, I don’t want AB traded,” he said in a response to a fan question to his YouTube channel. “He makes me better. He makes the team better. He’s awesome. He’s a great dude.”

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster makes a reception against the Cincinnati Bengals

JuJu Smith-Schuster makes a reception against the Cincinnati Bengals (Getty Images)

Brown has caused some controversy since the end of the season. He reportedly left at halftime of the team’s season-finale game.

Leading up to the team’s final regular season game, he reportedly got into it with Ben Roethlisberger in practice on Wednesday, Dec 26. This also reprotedly made him to miss practices leading up to the must-win game on Sunday, Dec. 30 against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Brown was also reportedly mad that he was not named the Team’s MVP. That went to Smith-Schuster.

“For myself, I learn a lot from him — just playing with him,” he said. “If I want to increase my game to be the best, I gotta compete against him. So, I do not want him traded.”

Art Rooney II, the Steelers President, said that the team will not release Brown. However, he also admitted that all other options were on the table, as well.

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