Antonio Brown is still the best receiver in football and he’s more than willing to show you. During practice, Brown was matched up with second-year cornerback Artie Burns. The end result nearly left Burns in crutches.
— theOvision. . AuRA ™ (@Truth_305) July 30, 2018
Brown has been a First-Team All-Pro for the past four years. Last season he recorded 101 catches for nine touchdowns and 1,533 yards, a league best.
Not only does Brown do a great job getting open, but he is also extremely dangerous in the open field once he does have the ball. The only receiver who might be more dangerous in the open field is Odell Beckham Jr.
Post practice: Antonio Brown caught 129 passes on the JUGS machine. The last 50 with CB Brian Allen trapping one arm, forcing AB to catch one-handed. Best WR in the league. Best work ethic. #Steelers
— Alex Kozora (@Alex_Kozora) July 27, 2018
With Le’Veon Bell holding out, all eyes have been on Brown to be the star of the offense at camp. Thus far, the man has no disappointed at all.
Look for Brown to keep making these kinds of play throughout the seas