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2015 Pro Bowl final score: Antonio Brown, Emmanuel Sanders star, Team Irvin wins 32-28

A year ago, Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio Brown were teammates. On Sunday night, both Sanders and Brown turned in performances worthy of their All-Star status. Two-thirds of "Young Money" made their mark in Sunday night's Pro Bowl. Steelers All-Pro Antonio Brown and former Steeler turned Bronco Emmanuel Sanders competed on the same field together since the two were teammates during a victory over the Browns in Pittsburgh in the final game of the 2013 season. Playing in his first Pro Bowl, Sanders capped off his breakout season with five catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns as Team Irvin...

2015 NFL Pro Bowl roster: Captain Antonio Brown selects his squad

Antonio Brown and Team Carter selected the two other Steelers players in the 2015 Pro Bowl to their squad. Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown paired up with Texans defensive end J.J. Watt to help choose the players for the Cris Carter-led Pro Bowl squad. Among the highlights (a term used loosely regarding the Wednesday evening draft), the team coached by Baltimore's John Harbaugh selected Colts quarterback Andrew Luck with the top pick. HC John Harbaugh. Brown's group also grabbed the other two Steelers players involved in the game, center Maurkice Pouncey and linebacker Lawrence...

Steelers Antonio Brown named a Pro Bowl captain

Brown joins J.J. Watt, Joe Haden and DeMarco Murray as MVPs on teams that will be selected by Cris Carter and Michael Irvin. Having the second-most receptions in NFL history has its advantages. Sort of. Brown was named as one of four captains to play in the 2015 Pro Bowl - teams selected by NFL Hall of Fame wide receivers Michael Irvin and Cris Carter. Brown joins Browns cornerback Joe Haden, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray and Texans defensive end J.J. Watt as the game's captains. Brown and Murray are candidates for Offensive Player of the Year after each were big parts of their...

What Antonio Brown might teach Josh McDaniels, Patriots about Ravens’ approach to Rob Gronkowski

With interviews with the Falcons and 49ers out of the way, Josh McDaniels said Monday that his complete focus now is on the Ravens in the AFC divisional round this Saturday. That’s a good thing because after watching the Ravens handle Steelers wideout Antonio Brown over the weekend, he knows that he’ll need his whole […]
Rotoworld Jan 3, 2015

Antonio Brown held out of end-zone in loss - Antonio Brown (WR) Pittsburgh Steelers

Antonio Brown caught nine passes for 117 yards in the Steelers' Wild Card loss to the Ravens.

Character (Ac)Counts: Steelers WR Antonio Brown

in which adversity is shown to be a great developer of character... I'm not quite sure why, but I've never done one of these articles on Antonio Brown. I suppose it is because I've more typically focused on players who are more active in the community than Brown seems to be. And perhaps my enthusiasm has been slightly tempered by his occasional over-exuberance on the field (read "he does some dumb stuff like somersaulting into the end zone or drawing taunting penalties.") But just as the rest of the league has had to reluctantly accept the fact that a wide receiver doesn't have to be more...
Baltimore Sun Jan 2, 2015

Ravens know the pain Antonio Brown can inflict

The play lasted just a few seconds, a blur of moves and fallen defenders. It was more than long enough, though, for Pittsburgh Steelers star Antonio Brown to display how he's become one of the most dangerous wide receivers in the game.

Steelers notebook: Brown, Bell, Pouncey named AP All-Pro

The Steelers placed three players on the Associated Press All-Pro team. Receiver Antonio Brown, who led the league with 129 receptions and 1,698 receiving yards, ...

Antonio Brown, Maurkice Pouncey and Lawrence Timmons named to Associated Press' All-Pro Team

The NFL released its All-Pro roster today, and three of the Steelers' five 2014 Pro Bowl players made the cut. The Pittsburgh Steelers' players continue to collect accolades for their individual performances for their 2014-2015 regular season.  Five Pittsburgh Steelers were named to the NFL Pro Bowl roster, and today three of those five were named to the Associated Press' All-Pro Team. League-leading receiver Antonio Brown received 49 of the 50 votes to be the no. 1 receiver on the first team of the All-Pro rosters.  He came one vote shy of joining the Houston Texans' JJ Watt and the New...
The MMQB | SI.com Jan 2, 2015

Antonio Brown: Ready for the Ravens

Steelers practice ended at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon, and meetings wrapped up about 20 minutes later. But Antonio Brown wasn’t done for the day. He still had a 90-minute workout to complete in the weight room. This is part of the routine that made him the most prolific receiver in the league—and in Steelers […]

Antonio Brown named AFC Offensive Player of the Month

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was recently named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month, adding to the list of accolades from a remarkable season. The 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers offense was a record-breaking unit. For Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown, they essentially re-wrote the record books for the Steelers organization at their respective positions. However, Antonio Brown continues to garner accolades on top of the records now set for the Steelers. Wednesday it was announced Brown was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Month for the month of December....

Steelers Antonio Brown named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week

Brown caps off historic season with one final regular season award. In a season in which Antonio Brown's receiving success never earned him an Offensive Player of the Week award, he capped off his record-writing 2014 regular season with a special teams award. On the speed of his 71-yard punt return touchdown in the first quarter of the Steelers' 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Antonio Brown was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. The news was announced Wednesday. Brown's 129 catches this season are the second-most in the history of the NFL, trailing Indianapolis's Marvin...

Steelers Film Room: Six key plays in Pittsburgh's win over Cincinnati

It's hard to say enough about what Antonio Brown has done for the Steelers this season. He came up big in the season's biggest game to date, including the nail in the coffin in the fourth quarter of a 27-17 win over the Bengals to clinch the AFC North title. See Antonio Brown run. See Antonio Brown dodge. See Antonio Brown throw Shamarko Thomas at Bengals punter Kevin Huber, and see him juke cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick to the ground. You can see a lot of Brown's skill in Pittsburgh's Week 17 game against the Bengals. He had seven catches for 128 yards and a touchdown, and added his...

Antonio Brown finishes 2014 at top of the league in yards and receptions, second in touchdowns

After a 2013 season considered by many to be the best season for a wide receiver in Steelers history, Antonio Brown's 2014 campaign was even more spectacular. In a league where a premium is placed on vertical passing offenses, Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown has been the do-everything player that's helped fuel the Steelers success in 2014.  Beginning the season with a Mortal Kombat style kick to Spencer Lanning, Brown has gone on to submit what is arguably the best season for a wide receiver in Steelers history.  In fact, Brown's 2014 season is worthy of consideration as one of the best...
Beaver County Times Dec 28, 2014
Hard work pays off for Steelers' Brown

Hard work pays off for Steelers' Brown

There's no secret to Antonio Brown's success. It's always about hard work for the Steelers' receiver, who will likely become No. 2 in receptions in a single season on Sunday.

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