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Antonio Brown gives tips on becoming a great receiver

Antonio Brown was perhaps the best receiver in the NFL last season. The Steelers receiver welcomed a NFL film crew to watch him practice and share his tips to becoming almost as good as he is.Brown, also one of the best route runners in the league, starts off by telling how he uses various movements at the line to gain separation from opposing defenders. "The feet don't stop," Brown...
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Pittsburgh Steelers: Offensive battle to watch in camp

The Pittsburgh Steelers are participating in training camp to get everything situated for the 2015 season. Training camp is a time for players to jostle for positions on the depth chart. There are always players who thrive and blossom in training camp and, therefore, they earn themselves more playing time when it comes to the regular season. One battle that can be extremely intriguing...
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Pittsburgh Steelers WR Martavis Bryant Making a Good Case to be the No. 2 Wide Receiver

Antonio Brown is the No. 1 option in the passing game for the Pittsburgh Steelers. According to the passing stats from last season the No. 2 is actually running back Le'Veon Bell followed by tight end Heath Miller and wide receiver Markus Wheaton. Martavis Bryant was fifth in receptions with just 26, but second in touchdowns with eight.While he is likely quite happy with scoring...
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Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown: “hold outs never go well”

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown tinkered with the idea of holding out of his team’s OTA’s back in April. That was short-lived because Brown has since attended all the team’s offseason activities. Speaking on the subject of holdouts, which are still very fresh in our memories due to wide receivers Demaryius Thomas and Dez Bryant playing that game, Brown shared...
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Antonio Brown Rolls Into Training Camp in Steelers-Inspired Rolls-Royce

Pittsburgh Steelers star receiver Antonio Brown rolled up to the start of training camp on Saturday in a custom team-inspired Rolls-Royce — valued at approximately $500,000. As you can see in the video posted below courtesy of ESPN’s Jeremy Ryan, the luxurious car features the Steelers’ logo on the driver and passenger-side mirrors, along with Brown’s signature. ...
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Antonio Brown will ride up to camp in custom Rolls-Royce

Really, there isn’t much to see here. All that’s happening is Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown prepared to role up to the team’s training camp in a custom made Rolls-Royce Phantom. NFL players having ridiculous cars isn’t new. What is new here is that Brown’s car is painted black and yellow to match his team’s colors. Courtesy of Rolls Royce Notice...
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Antonio Brown Rolls Up to Steelers Training Camp in Style

Antonio Brown is flashy on the field, and now off. The Steelers receiver showed up to training camp and put everybody else to shame. He came in...
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Pittsburgh Steelers: Worth having Antonio Brown on punt returns?

The Pittsburgh Steelers have the best wide receiver in the NFL in Antonio Brown. Brown lead the league in receptions and receiving yards with 129 and 1,698, respectively. He played in all 16 games last season and he added 13 receiving touchdowns. The Steelers are one of the few teams in the NFL that use their number one wide receiver as their top return option. Returning is nothing...
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An Up-Close Look at Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown Running Routes Like a Beast

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has always been a good player, but over the course of the last two seasons he has definitely stepped up and established himself as one of the best in the business making 239 receptions for over 3000 yards and 21 touchdowns. So clearly the man must be pretty good at what he does, right?Want to get an up close view of him doing what he...
Via FatManWriting
10 days ago  |  Discuss

New Contracts Given To Bryant, Thomas Shape Antonio Brown’s Future Market Value

Wednesday was probably a bittersweet day for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown. While the league’s leader last season in both receptions and receiving yardage didn’t see a personal financial gain Wednesday, the new contracts given to Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas now give him a starting asking price as far as a new contract […] New Contracts Given To Bryant...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

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