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

Steelers’ WR Antonio Brown Cited For Going 100-Plus MPH On McKnight Road

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was cited Thursday morning for allegedly driving over 160 km/h on a Pittsburgh street.

According to KDKA, police were responding to a bank robbery around 10 a.m. local time when they spotted Brown's vehicle traveling at high rate of speed.

Obviously, Brown is not a suspect in the bank robbery, he just happened to be hauling through a 45 miles per hour zone at a insane rate of speed at the time that officers were responding. He was cited for reckless driving.

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Oddly enough, it appears Brown was actually pulled over because there was a bank robbery in the area.

Brown could be fined $200 and lose his license for six months if convicted, KDKA reported.

FYI, Brown and the Steelers have a game Thursday night at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh against the Carolina Panthers. The Pittsburgh Steelers released a statement saying that they're aware of the incident, but won't be commenting any further at this time.

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