Antonio Brown shows off Steelers-inspired Rolls-Royce at camp

Steelers WR Antonio Brown showed up to training camp in 2015 driving this car. Rolls-Royce

LATROBE, Pa. -- As promised, Antonio Brown showed up to Steelers training camp on Saturday in a Steelers-inspired Rolls-Royce -- valued at $500,000 -- with his brother as his driver.

The black-and-yellow Phantom has Brown's signature on it and the Steelers logo on the driver- and passenger-side mirrors. Brown admitted the half-million-dollar ride is a promotional loaner, and pulling up in it was just "something fun" to start camp.

After the car parked on the curb of the Saint Vincent College dorms, Brown waited a few minutes before slowly opening his backseat door and appearing with black shades, a mohawk haircut and a white Nike T-shirt.


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