When we last left Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, he was wiping egg off his face following an embarrassing social media error and a humbling defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.
Brown arrived to Steelers training camp on Thursday far from a changed man. Instead, he was driven to training camp in Latrobe, Pennsylvania in a 1931 Rolls Royce Phantom I complete with a chauffeur.
Jon Leimkuehler, who actually owns the Rolls Royce, served as Brown’s chauffeur to training camp. The pair do share one thing in common – their love of a Rolls Royce.
Brown, a Rolls Royce owner himself, is set to make $17 million this season but on occasion has received a car from the aforementioned company.
Even though Brown’s arrival may have been the most esthetically pleasing, the winner for best entrance should go to teammate James Harrison.
The controversial linebacker made it to training camp by way of a fire truck.
Now, THAT is how you go to camp.