Antonio Brown cited for driving more than 100 miles per hour

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

Antonio Brown pulled over, cited for doing 100 mph near bank robbery on morning of Steelers game

The Steelers star wide receiver was cited by police on Thursday for driving at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. The NFL star was speeding southbound on McKnight Road near McCandless Crossing in Pittsburgh. And according to KDKA, "officers were responding to a bank robbery at McCandless Crossing when they spotted a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and pulled it over". Brown, who is not a suspect in the robbery, was stopped, ticketed with a reckless driving citation and sent along his way.

Brown made headlines approximately a month ago when a pair of lawsuits were filed against him in Florida.

Earlier this year, Brown was sued for allegedly throwing furniture off a 14th-floor balcony.

The veteran started the season by being very vocal about the Steelers struggles.

The Panthers have won three games in a row while Pittsburgh has put together four straight wins to take control of the AFC North. Carolina (6-2) is in a battle with the New Orleans Saints for the NFC South.

A Steelers spokesman said the team is aware of the situation and gathering information.

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