Police in Ross Township, Penn., told WPXI that Brown was cited for driving his Porsche over one hundred miles per hour. The posted speed limit is 45 MPH. Police were already on the hunt for a possible suspect from a nearby bank robbery when Brown flew by at a very high rate of speed, according to officials. He was cited this morning for reckless driving. No ticket was issued for the high level of stress the cops were put in during an already tense situation.
The Steelers released a statement saying they are still looking into the matter.
“We are aware of the situation, but we are still gathering information,” the team said. We won’t have any further comment at this time.”
At this point, the Steelers may be tired of issuing statements over Antonio Brown.
Brown has already annoyed the front office of the Steelers with some of the off field situations he has gotten himself into over the past year or so. Most recently, the WR found himself facing a lawsuit from a man who says Brown nearly killed a toddler while throwing things from an apartment balcony. The saga continues.
- Don Stuck