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Antonio Brown shows off Steelers-themed Rolls Royce on Twitter

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By TYLER BROOKE
FanDuel

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown isn't the highest-paid receiver in the NFL, but in the middle of a 5-year deal worth almost $42 million, the 27-year-old can afford luxury items like this.

On Friday, Brown took to Twitter to show off his new set of wheels. The three-time Pro Bowler worked with Rolls Royce to help create a customized Steelers-themed phantom. As you can see in the picture below, the Phantom features a custom yellow paint job and even has his signature painted onto the side.



According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, the Phantom goes for $500,000. Rovell also provided some additional angles of Browns' new ride.


Brown isn't the first professional athlete to customize his ride. There are countless examples, including Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Gordon's camo Porsche.

I wonder if Brown learned a lesson during his cameo appearance on HBO's Ballers and leased the Rolls Royce instead of buying it. Then again, I'm not sure what the market for a Steelers-themed Phantom is, so I'm not going to judge him if he went ahead and bought it.

Get ready for training camp, because Brown is going to be rolling up in style.

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