Earlier this month, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown vowed to stop entertaining the "trolls" on twitter, right after he took several shots at his former teammate, Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster.

Approximately two weeks back, Brown tweeted:

"Not giving you media fakes no more ammo ........ enjoy my name AB !!! I am in Cali living ready to ball no nonsense !! You trollers troll! To good to worry #CallGod"

Unsurprisingly, it didn't take long before AB was back on social media getting involved in some nonsense. This time, he was calling out former Steelers safety, and current ESPN analyst, Ryan Clark. In response to one of Clark's recent comments, Brown tweeted:

"Bro stop mentioning my name I know it get u clout keep that same analysis energy next time we meet it’s on site ain’t gone spare u."

Clark quickly clapped back, "Was never looking to be spared and you know that!!! Look forward to it. I ain’t hard to find. Shoot, you have a jet!!"

This isn't the first time that the two have exchanged words.

In January, Brown commented "Uncle Tom" on an ESPN NFL instagram post in which Clark described how the Steelers were "creating a monster" by giving AB a big contract. The former Steelers safety has been vocal about Brown's antics throughout the offseason, and he referred to the Pro Bowl receiver as "not a good human" during an appearance on ESPN's "Get Up!" earlier this month. 

The Raiders will host the Denver Broncos on Monday, September 9, and Clark may be in the building as part of ESPN's Monday Night broadcast.