PITTSBURGH — Antonio Brown delivered a brief message from the Super Bowl in his first public appearance since the Pittsburgh Steelers‘ season ended.

“I only h to win,” said Brown at a brief interview published on USA Today Sports’ Twitter. “I only h to win, play a team that is gonna win. That is all I want.”

“Doesn’t matter ” The reporter asked.

“Doesn’t matter where,” answered Brown, wearing a blonde-dyed mustache and hair with blue and blonde streaks.

Brown has communicated mostly through societal media since the Week 17 play that’s abandoned the Steelers exploring trade options for the All-Pro receiver. Brown defeated the company when he jumped work the Saturday prior to the season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals. Brown also needed a flareup at a club setting that is midweek. Resources state Brown believes he has been used as a scapegoat for the problems of the team and can be open to flourishing within a new crime if that is the trail the Steelers choose.

Brown has published Twitter that the Steelers feel”indifferent” about me personally and he used Insta-gram to photoshop himself at a sanfrancisco 49ers jersey.

Steelers president Art Rooney II said on Jan. 16 that he’s made efforts to speak with Brown and might like to secure his side of matters.

“Obviously, (some thing ) changed last weekend of this season and there isn’t any other way to state than I am very disappointed with where we have been and exactly what happened and don’t have plenty of good explanations for it because we all sit here today,” said Rooney to some small grouping of Pittsburgh-area reporters.

Even though it’s unclear whether Brown and Rooney have spoken, since that time, there has been contact between both sides. Agent Drew Rosenhaus told that”we now have shared our thoughts with the Steelers but could keep those discussions internal.”

A trade couldn’t be executed by the Steelers the start of the league season, until March 1 3.

Several team leaders spoke out at the Professional Bowl of a week. They want him .

“I love the guy. I believe the world of this guy. I love his competitiveness,” defensive end Cam Heyward said. “I’d love to have him on our team. That is all I can ask for. Now the ball’s in his court”

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