• Former Steeler Antonio Brown back in court for McKnight speeding charges

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    PITTSBURGH - Former Steeler Antonio Brown was back in Pittsburgh Tuesday, dealing with the reckless driving charge.

    This stems from when Brown was stopped on McKnight Road back in November. Police said during that incident Brown was driving over 100 mph.

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    Tuesday, Brown pleaded guilty to a lesser charge called “driving at unsafe speed” which means he was driving too fast.

    Brown gets to keep his license and only pay a $25 fine.


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