Steelers' Antonio Brown pulled over for going 100 mph, police say

Steelers’ WR Antonio Brown Cited For Going 100-Plus MPH On McKnight Road

The Steelers star wide receiver was cited by police on Thursday for driving at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour.

The drama-filled season of one Antonio Brown continued early Thursday morning.

Oddly enough, it appears Brown was actually pulled over because there was a bank robbery in the area. Steve Korbel tells Mangino that an officer followed Brown and clocked him.

The Steelers (5-2-1) will host the Carolina Panthers (6-2) on Thursday Night Football.

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Brown appears to be a fan of Porsche, previously posting videos of the his-and-her 911 set he shares with his girlfriend.

According to Ross Township police, officers were out looking for a suspect of a bank robbery when Brown in a black Porsche.

Brown was reportedly cited for reckless driving, which can lead to a six-month license suspension and a small fine in Pennsylvania, according to CBS Pittsburgh. "We won't have any further comment at this time".

They're already battling the distraction of Le'Veon Bell holding out and maybe or maybe not returning to Pittsburgh and signing his tender.

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