Steelers WR Antonio Brown cited for reckless driving

Steelers WR Antonio Brown cited for reckless driving

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

KDKA reported that police officers were responding to a bank robbery when they saw Brown's vehicle "traveling at a high rate of speed and pulled it over".

Antonio Brown apparently likes to spend gameday getting up to speed, literally. Steve Korbel tells Mangino that an officer followed Brown and clocked him.

He survived the Thousand Oaks shooting and the Las Vegas massacre
But he was killed one year later in another mass shooting in his hometown of Thousand Oaks, California . None of those injured was hurt by gunfire. "Only him and I know, how I loved - how much I miss him".

Officers were responding to a bank robbery at McCandless Crossing when they spotted a auto traveling at a high rate of speed and pulled it over. His reckless driving simply coincided with police responding to the other situation. The first lawsuit alleges that Brown threw objects from a balcony that almost hit a man and his 22-year-old grandson.

The Pittsburgh Steelers released a statement saying that they're aware of the incident, but won't be commenting any further at this time. They're now on a four-game winning streak going into Thursday night's 8:20 p.m. match-up and have control of the AFC North with a 5-2-1 record.

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