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Antonio Brown reveals issues with Ben Roethlisberger during a Q&A session on Twitter

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The Steelers star receiver held a Q&A session on social media on Saturday with his first answer calling out Ben Roethlisberger for his “owner mentality”.

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With Antonio Brown now willing to have a face-to-face meeting with Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney II, it would appear that he is also open to questions from fans in the form of a Q&A session he started on Twitter on Saturday.

Unsurprisingly, many of the responses involved questions about his relationship with Ben Roethlisberger and this was the first subject Brown chose to address from all of the inquiries he received.

While he would dispute any conflict between himself and the team’s star quarterback, his characterization of Roethlisberger as having an owners mentality is far from a compliment. His frustration with Big Ben apparently at the heart of his problems with the Steelers.

Given that Brown has promised to answer nine more questions, it seems unlikely this is the last we have heard from the wide receiver about what has happened in Pittsburgh to make him want to leave, and fans should prepare themselves for another drama field weekend.

His second answer of the day should be good news for the team trading for him, with Brown effectively denying he will want a new deal from his next team. This one I will believe when I see it (or don’t as the case may be).

While his third was rather confusing.

His fourth seemingly offering little chance he will remain in Pittsburgh next year.

The fifth appears to call out Mike Tomlin.

And the sixth an admission that he had not really meant what he had said earlier in the season when previously asked if he had an issue with Roethlisberger calling him out on his radio show.

For now AB seem stop have stopped at six, but as more answers are revealed, we will be sure to update this post.