Former Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was back in Pittsburgh today to resolve his speeding violation from November.
Brown had orginally been charged with reckless driving after going faster than 100 miles per hour on McKnight Road in Pittsburgh on Nov. 8.
According to multiple reports, Brown agreed to plead guilty to a reduced charge of driving at unsafe speeds. He will pay a fine and receive two points on his drivers license.
In plea deal, Antonio Brown gets two points on his driver’s license for doing 100 on McKnight Road in the day time. First points he’s scored as a Raider. — Gene Collier (@genecollier) May 14, 2019
Antonio Brown and the district attorney’s office agreed to allow the former Steelers wide receiver to plead guilty to driving at unsafe speeds — rather than reckless driving.
This means Mr. Brown will avoid having his driver’s license suspended. https://t.co/2JgSXUidvv — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (@PittsburghPG) May 14, 2019
The Steelers traded Brown to the Oakland Raiders in March.