Steelers' Antonio Brown cited for driving over 100 miles per hour in Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been cited for driving in excess of 100 miles per hour on McKnight Road.

Per the report, Brown was initially pursued because the officer was looking for a fleeing suspect from a bank robbery.

The insane part of this story is that authorities pulled Brown over for reckless driving at the same time that they were hunting for a bank robber nearby.

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.

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The answer is Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was driving a Porsche.

Oddly enough, it appears Brown was actually pulled over because there was a bank robbery in the area. It remains to be seen if Steelers HC Mike Tomlin or any members of the Steelers' brass disciplines Brown before the game.

FYI, Brown and the Steelers have a game Thursday night at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh against the Carolina Panthers. "We won't have any further comment at this time".

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