There's no denying the superstar power of soon-to-be-former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown. His laundry list of achievements includes First-team All-American honors at Central Michigan (2008-09), seven visits to the Pro Bowl (2011, 2013-18), and First-team All-Pro accolades on four occasions (2014-17). When you look at Antonio Brown's highlights reaching back to his high school days at quarterback, it's no wonder NFL squads may give up a first-round draft choice this offseason to land him.
It All Started in High School
Check him out behind center before he got to college.
Central Michigan Stud
The Chippewas' legend finished his career with 305 receptions, 3,199 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns, including another four scores on the ground.
Two Hands, One Hand, Helmet Catch, Great Catch
The former Steelers' great would have made Dr. Seuss proud.
— NFL (@NFL) January 22, 2018
The Man Can Sing Too
Well, sort of.
I'm not going to sugarcoat this: As great as the wideout is on the field, the things he says off the field are often baffling.
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