Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown erases basic postgame tweet

Baltimore Ravens recipient Marquise “Hollywood” Brown erased a basic postgame tweet after mentor John Harbaugh messaged him about it.

Earthy colored was vexed about being focused on a profession low multiple times in Sunday’s 28-24 misfortune to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He vented his disappointment an hour after the game by tweeting: “What’s the purpose of having souljas when you never use them (Never!!)”

Harbaugh contacted Brown, and the tweet was erased later Sunday night.

“I guarantee you, we’re attempting to utilize the entirety of our folks; he realizes that,” Harbaugh said Monday.

“He’s presumably somewhat baffled, however he’s not an egotistical person. I don’t accept he is for one second. On the off chance that he was, he wouldn’t play as hard as he did or be the hero that he is around the structure each and every day. Thus, I have a great deal of trust in him, and the way that he brought it down, I valued that.”

Earthy colored, a first-round pick from a year prior, got a 3-yard score pass from Lamar Jackson for his lone gathering Sunday.

He drives the Ravens this season with 27 gets, however his 379 yards accepting positions 33rd in the NFL.

This has been a disillusioning beginning for Brown, who had elevated requirements in the wake of being a year eliminated from foot medical procedure.

He built up 23 pounds this offseason and worked out with his cousin and previous All-Pro wide beneficiary Antonio Brown.

Harbaugh said he hadn’t addressed Brown as of Monday.

“I’ll disclose to you this, he played the game like a trooper,” Harbaugh said.

“He was contending energetically out there obstructing and running courses and had, clearly, a major score get and practically another privilege before that. Along these lines, I like the manner in which he was battling. I don’t differ with the way that if he’s expression he’s a warrior.”

Jackson and the Ravens have attempted to get their passing game on target. Baltimore is averaging 179.9 yards passing per game, which positions 31st in the NFL.

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