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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will be featured in an upcoming segment on steelers.com in which the cameras follow him around for a day of his life and the video is already out early.
Brown's brother, Desmond Brown, who is currently a running back at the University of Pittsburgh, appears to have leaked the video early on Youtube and in it you will see Antonio riding a small motorcycle, gazing at stars in his special room and signing over the title of one of his new vehicles to his brother.
If that's not enough excitement for you, you can also watch Antonio get a haircut as Read more [...]
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown decided to follow is Chad Johnson’s footsteps and run on a treadmill.
It doesn’t look like Brown ran at 24 MPH like Johnson since the video doesn’t tell us how fast he was going. My guess is he was running at about 15 MPH.
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