Antonio Brown busted for driving over 100 miles per hour on Pittsburgh road

Antonio Brown running with the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals

Antonio Brown running with the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was cited Thursday morning after he allegedly was traveling more than 100 miles per hour while driving on Pittsburgh streets, multiple media outlets reported Thursday.

The star National Football League player was pulled over for speeding after Pennsylvania police clocked his Porsche at 100 mph mere hours before the Steelers' Thursday night home game against the Carolina Panthers, reports WPXI News. His reckless driving simply coincided with police responding to the other situation. "We won't have any further comment at this time".

The answer is Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was driving a Porsche. After an incident in April, Brown was sued for allegedly throwing furniture of a 14th-floor balcony.

#BREAKING: New video shows police pursuing Antonio Brown's black Porsche on McKnight Rd this morning.

The speeding incident seems minor but it's another incident that seems to question if someone needs to have a talk with Brown.

The Steelers play the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night.

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