Steelers WR Antonio Brown Rolled Into Camp In A Classic Rolls Royce With A Chauffeur (VIDEO)
If you’re going to make an entrance, this is how you do it.
On Thursday, while other players showed up to camp in a normal way—you know, driving themselves in a car—Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown decided to do it big by rolling up in a classic 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom complete with a personal chauffeur:
Antonio Brown bringing the show to training camp, classic style. pic.twitter.com/GQGcIwEDxi
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) July 27, 2017
This isn’t new for the people around the Pittsburgh area, as Brown has shown up to camp in a Rolls every single year since being drafted by the team.
Not to be outdone, Steelers linebacker James Harrison decided to show up in a firetruck:
Nobody announced their arrival as loudly as James Harrison… pic.twitter.com/7DVikf3005
— Kevin Gorman (@KGorman_Trib) July 27, 2017