Antonio Brown just doesn’t know when to quit (other than Week 17). His ongoing dispute with former Steelers safety and current ESPN personality Ryan Clark continues to drag on, despite Brown now being on a new team in Oakland.After a Twitter user called out Clark for rarely being accurate in his analysis of the Steelers, Clark tweeted back that he was spot-on in his previous analysis of Pittsburgh’s need to move on from Brown back in January. In the interview, Clark said, “This is where Mike Tomlin has to put his foot down and shop Antonio Brown. . . . This is about the fabric of the team. This is about the guy that goes Facebook Live as your coach is talking and leaks information outside the locker room that never should be there. This is about the guy publicly talks about not getting the ball or issues with the offensive coordinator. . . . At some point, when you’re an organization that’s built on ‘team,’ that’s built on integrity, you have to show the rest of the locker room that.”Brown responded to a clip of the interview on ESPN’s Instagram account with the words “Uncle Tom.”Clark said that he didn’t believe Brown fully understood what he wrote and that those were just his initial reactions, but clearly, things have not simmered down between the two. The Raiders will kick off their season Sept. 9, hosting Denver, coincidentally on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.” MORE: NFL Mock Draft: SN’s Vinnie Iyer predicts the first three roundsHahahahaha!! So you missed the whole Antonio Brown thing? Yea, you are one of those folks!!! What I’m lying for? BTW. My opinion isn’t about true or false. It’s my opinion https://t.co/nRIly9P77l— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) April 24, 2019Brown may have push notifications on for Clark’s tweets, as he quickly responded, perhaps threatening to escalate things with Clark the next time they meet face-to-face.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 https://t.co/ks4YVRFLTx— Antonio Brown (@AB84) April 25, 2019Clark was not about to back down, setting up an awkward date the next time ESPN covers a Raiders game.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!! https://t.co/wB8uCMscVy— Ryan Clark (@Realrclark25) April 25, 2019The “beef” dates to Week 17 of the 2018 NFL season when Brown voluntarily skipped practices leading into the Steelers’ final game and was subsequently suspended. In an interview that night on “SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt,” Clark discussed how the Steelers and Brown can’t coexist.