Antonio Brown Found Guilty In Speeding Incident, Ordered To Pay Fine

Antonio Brown Found Guilty In Speeding Incident, Ordered To Pay Fine

Antonio Brown Found Guilty In Speeding Incident, Ordered To Pay Fine

The officer pulled the auto over and the driver was identified as Brown, who was cited for reckless driving.

The Steelers have another Pro Bowl receiver in JuJu Smith-Schuster, which definitely softens the blow of trading an elite player like Brown. His saga will likely remain one of the biggest stories of the National Football League offseason over the next few months. The woman did not press charges and police have taken no further action.

He is now suing the woman for full custody of the child, Brown's attorney told the Daily Mail.

He's under contract for three more years, and the Steelers have shown no inclination to cut him, if they can't trade him.

Committing $12.6 million of that to Brown, however, seems unlikely. Last month, two lawsuits were filed against Brown after he allegedly threw furniture from his 14th-floor apartment.

Brown was accused of yelling at security personnel and throwing furniture from his balcony, upset over $80,000 and a gun he reported missing.

Despite the off-field strife, Brown caught 104 passes for 1,297 yards and a club-record 15 touchdowns in 2018. Brown accused building security of being behind the alleged theft, according to police reports. Might the Denver Broncos be a potential home for the seven-time Pro Bowler?

Antonio Brown has been found guilty and fined for a speeding incident along McKnight Road in November. Indianapolis being a team on the rise with a capable, healthy quarterback in place, should also appeal to Brown, as much as he can dictate where he goes as the Steelers ultimately hold the cards and weigh trade offers.

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