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Antonio Brown Calls Out Former Agent On Twitter

Antonio Brown with Drew Rosenhaus before a game.

MIAMI, FLORIDA - SEPTEMBER 15: Antonio Brown #17 of the New England Patriots laughs with agents Drew (L) and Jason Rosenhaus prior to the game between the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots at Hard Rock Stadium on September 15, 2019 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Earlier this year, NFL super-agent Drew Rosenhaus terminated his contract with former New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown. Rosenhaus penned a letter to the NFLPA saying he would like to work with Brown, but won't do so until Brown seeks counsel.

The decision came after another troubling video Brown posted to social media. In the video, Brown can be heard yelling at the mother of his children and police to get off of his property in Florida.

After Rosenhaus dropped him as a client, Brown did not take the news very well. The longtime Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver published a series of text messages from Rosenhaus after the agent dropped him as a client.

In the messages, Rosenhaus actually comes across as the better person, attempting to counsel Brown on the right path. After a month apart, it seems like Brown is still bitter about the move.

On Tuesday night, he called out Rosenhaus once again. He took to Twitter with a message for his former agent.

"Rosenhaus sports one of the biggest scams going on in South Florida right now," Brown said on social media.

Brown clearly still isn't happy with the way his relationship with Drew Rosenhaus ended.

Will Brown be back in the league next season?