This ‘pissed off’ Antonio Brown is a huge Steelers relief

Antonio Brown cleared the air Thursday, stressing he lost his cool on Twitter, has no intentions of demanding a trade and was merely frustrated by this weekend’s loss to the Buccaneers.

Brown stormed out of the locker room Sunday without talking to the media and was a no-show for meetings Monday. He responded to a former Steelers employee’s tweet suggesting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has made his career, writing Pittsburgh should trade him to find out.

But Brown set the record straight Thursday, telling reporters, “Obviously, I don’t want to be traded.

“I’m committed to this program, this organization. I’m fully here. I go to work every day. I’m about my business. My business is winning.”

Brown said he told Steelers coach Mike Tomlin he had a personal matter Monday, but he was still disciplined. It is uncertain what the punishment was.

“I signed up to win,” Brown said. “I work extremely hard, I put in 20 hours a day of my life and my body, away from my family, to win, and when we don’t, yeah, I’m pissed off because I take it serious.”

In two games, Brown has caught 18 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown. But his numbers have nothing to do with his disappointment.

“Nobody cares about your stats if you’re not winning,” Brown said.

Brown’s presence at practice and attitude are

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