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The 10 questions Antonio Brown should have answered from his Q&A session on Twitter

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The Steelers star receiver still owes fans four more answers after coming up short on his initial promise of 10 on Saturday.

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Despite promising to answer 10 questions during an impromptu Q&A session via Twitter on Saturday, Antonio Brown once again failed to live up to another commitment after he only managed to offer responses to six of them. While it is unclear if the Pittsburgh Steelers star receiver lost count, lost interest or was perhaps finally told to shut up by his agent, there can be little question that Brown still owes his fans four more answers.

With almost 5000 responses to his post inviting questions so far, it would be understandable if AB was too overwhelmed to pick out the best ones to answer. In an effort to help him out, we have picked out 10 of the best questions the receiver should have tried to answer, hopefully highlighting a few more he may yet choose to respond to.

Glossing over the more obvious inquiries and the numerous abusive lines of questioning, these are some of our favorite responses on Brown Q&A thread from Saturday. A series of questions that could have provided some real insight into the receivers state of mind.

Ranging from hard hitting football questions.

To questions about his state of mind.

Brown overlooked a number of questions from fans who just wanted to get to know him better.

And how his brain worked.

Despite his talents on the field, some still had justifiable questions about his speed.

While others needed answers to some of the bigger mysteries in life.

Anyone who has trashed Brown’s jersey in recent weeks probably would like an answer to this one too.

Hopefully we will have the answers to all these questions and more from Brown in the coming days.