LATROBE, Pa. — The Pittsburgh Steelers arrived for their 50th training camp at Saint Vincent College on Saturday with some new toys and the same old expectations.
Several players zipped around in standing scooters while All-Pro wide receiver Antonio Brown pulled out all the stops. Brown rode in the back of a custom Rolls-Royce while his brother Desmond played the role of chauffeur.
The $500,000 black-and-gold luxury car had Brown's signature embossed on the side and the team logo on the sideview mirrors. Brown says it's a far cry from the Jeep Wrangler he drove to his first camp as a rookie five years ago.
The Steelers practice for the first time on Sunday and open the preseason on Aug. 9 against Minnesota at the Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio.