Steelers: Antonio Brown’s car, Roethlisberger and Harrison


The Steelers summer vacation is officially over. The players are checking into the dorms of Saint Vincent College to start the 50th season of Steelers training camp in Latrobe. While the Steelers are setting up their rooms with their TVs and pillows we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Saturday, July 25th.

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Antonio’s car is cooler than yours

Some Steelers players have shown up to training camp in tractors or smart cars. Antonio Brown is going to be doing things a little differently. He’ll be rolling up into Latrobe in his custom signature Rolls-Royce Phantom pimped out in Steelers’ colors and Brown’s own signature.

The extremely custom work features a Steelers stripe running down the middle of the car even through the grille. The black paint on the sides features Brown’s autograph. This is a sick car. This is certainly showing up to camp in style.

Ben cares not for your “elite” rankings

While it’s fun for NFL analysts and even fans of the game to debate constantly over who is better than whom and who is on the “elite” list of this or that, it usually doesn’t matter that much to the actual players. Except for maybe some cornerbacks like Richard Sherman, he seems to always want to list who the best defensive backs are and even point out who the “sorry” receivers are, even if no one asks him. As PFT’s Josh Alper points out, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger doesn’t concern himself with those rankings even if now he’s finally being considered as one of the top “elite” quarterbacks by the national guys. Roethlisberger was quoted by USA Today saying that he cares more about winning than he does rankings.

"“For me, it’s always about winning. That’s always been my M.O. People ask me all the time about what do I think about not being one of the five elites or the three elites or whatever it is. I don’t really care. As long as I can win football games and win championships, that’s all that really matters to me. At the end of the day, to me, that’s what you’re based on.” – Ben Roethlisberger"

Come at me, bro

Don’t come at James Harrison with some sorry steroids accusations on Instagram. Especially if you’re a Patriots fan.


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