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

Rex Christensen
November 9, 2018

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was cited Thursday morning after he allegedly drove over 100 miles per hour on Pittsburgh streets, according to WPXI.

Cops responding to a bank robbery in Pittsburgh jumped into action when they saw a auto speeding down the road at 100 miles per hour - but it turns out the driver wasn't the robber, it was Antonio Brown.

Brown appears to be a fan of Porsche, previously posting videos of the his-and-her 911 set he shares with his girlfriend. Brown was pulled over around 10 a.m. on Thursday. He was cited for reckless driving.

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Brown was on McKnight Road when he was driving and he was pulled over "between Babcock Boulevard and the Parkway" per KDKA. The Pittsburgh Steelers released a statement saying that they're aware of the incident, but won't be commenting any further at this time.

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