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Height/Weight: 5-10/186 | Birthdate: 7/10/1988 | Birthplace: Miami, FL, USA | Team: Pittsburgh | College: Central Michigan | NFL Experience: 5 | Owned/Started%: 100/100 | Average Draft Position: 28.73
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Steelers' Antonio Brown surpasses 1,500 yards receiving in win


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(12/21/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown had seven catches for 72 yards and a touchdown in Pittsburgh's 20-12 win over Kansas City. 

With his first catch of the game, Brown crossed 1,500 receiving yards on the season, breaking his own Pittsburgh record he set in 2013 for most receiving yards in a season. 

Brown now also has 122 catches on the season, tying him for fourth all-time in a single season. He needs two catches in Week 17 to take over second place from Herman Moore (1995) and Wes Welker (2009).

He will get his chance next week against the Bengals. 


Steelers WR Brown maintains prolific pace Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/14/2014) Steelers super wideout Antonio Brown did not get a chance Sunday at a showdown against fellow prolific wide receiver Julio Jones, who was injured and out for Atlanta. But he certainly didn't perform like it mattered.

Brown caught all of his 10 targets for 123 yards to give him 1,498 on the season. His 115 catches establishes an all-time single-season mark for the Steelers while his yardage is one short of the record he set a year ago.

That is likely to fall when Pittsburgh hosts Kansas City next Sunday.


Antonio Brown saves performance with two late touchdowns


by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(11/30/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown once again extended his streak of at least five catches and 50 yards to 28 games Sunday with an eight catch, 97 yard and two touchdown performance. 

Despite being held in check for a large portion of Sunday's game, Brown found his way in the end zone twice in the fourth quarter. 

Brown now has 110 catches for 1,499 yards and eight touchdowns this season. Brown and the Steelers return to action next week against the Bengals. 


Antonio Brown has 16 more catches than any other receiver


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/17/2014) Steelers wideout Antonio Brown caught nine passes for 91 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 27-24 win at Tennessee, giving him 88 receptions this season. That's 16 more than the second-place receiver, Demaryius Thomas.

Brown also leads the NFL with 1,161 receiving yards and is tied for third with nine receiving touchdowns.

Brown used a hestitation move to free himself for a 12-yard score in the fourth quarter. He drew a game-high 11 targets and has caught at least five passes in 27 straight games.

Brown is on a bye Week 12.


Steelers WR Antonio Brown merely mortal in Week 10 loss


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/9/2014) Steelers stud wideout Antonio Brown was due for a mediocre game - and he had one in an upset loss to the host Jets.

Brown caught eight passes for 74 yards, but most of his production came with the team in desperate catch-up mode. His 10-yard snag on the team's first possession put him over 1,000 for the season faster than any Pittsburgh player ever, but he finished the first half with just three catches for 16 yards. He also fumbled twice in the second quarter, one on a muffed punt.

Held out of the end zone for the first time since Week 7, Brown will attempt to return to that familiar territory when the Steelers travel to Tennessee next Monday night.


Steelers WR Antonio Brown racks up 144 yards, TD in Week 9 win


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(11/3/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown recorded a team-high 11 receptions on 16 targets for 144 yards and a touchdown in his team's 43-23 win over the Ravens in Week 9.

After scoring twice in Week 8 while quarterback Ben Roethlisberger delivered six touchdown passes, Brown only saw one touchdown score a week later when the signal caller repeated the feat. The receiver did most of the work on his touchdown, making a tough catch near the sideline, stiff-arming a defender and racing across the field for a 54-yard score. Brown is just a hair shy of his third career 1,000-yard season, with 71 receptions, 996 yards and eight touchdowns to his credit in just nine games. He'll look for another big performance in Week 10 against the Jets.


Steelers WR Antonio Brown goes wild again Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2014) One might think that if Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 522 yards and six touchdowns Sunday against Indianapolis that explosive wideout Antonio Brown was quite involved.

One would think right.

Brown was held catchless in the first quarter before helping bury the Colts. He snagged an 8-yard touchdown pass one-handed midway through the second quarter, added a 47-yard score three minutes later and finished the half with five receptions for 93 yards. That marked his 24th straight game with at least five catches and 50 yards.

He was not done, however. Brown added five more catches for 40 yards after intermission to finish with 10 for 133. He has seven consecutive games with at least 84 yards receiving and is on pace for 120 receptions for 1,704 yards and 14 touchdowns on the year. He will try to remain on a roll next Sunday with Baltimore in town.


Steelers WR Antonio Brown not happy with overturned TD


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/22/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown took to Twitter to express his frustration after officials overturned his 16-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter Monday against the Texans. The officals ruled his left foot touched the white boundary stripe.

Brown tweeted a photo that appeared to show both of his feet were inbounds. Brown posted a "derogatory remark" with the photo, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Brown said he doesn't regret making the comment and will accept any punishment the NFL might hand out.

"When you’re passionate about something, you speak your mind," Brown said Tuesday night on his radio show on 970 ESPN. “Touchdowns are hard to come by in the NFL. That would have given us a two-touchdown lead and made it harder for [the Texans]."


Antonio Brown throws touchdown pass on trick play


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2014) Steelers wideout Antonio Brown did his usual damage as a receiver Monday against the Texans, and he also threw his first career touchdown pass on a trick play. Late in the first half, Brown took a toss, reversed field and fired a 3-yard strike to Lance Moore in the end zone.

Brown also had a touchdown grab called back when it was ruled his toe came down out of bounds.

Brown drew a team-high 13 targets, catching nine balls for 90 yards. It was his 23rd straight game with at least five catches and 50 receiving yards. He'll face the Colts in Week 8.


Steelers WR Antonio Brown hasgood numbers in bad loss


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/12/2014) Garbage time was kind to Steelers explosive wideout Antonio Brown in Cleveland on Sunday.

Brown was held without a catch in the first quarter and didn't really get on a roll until the Browns had the game well in-hand. He snagged his first reception with just under two minutes left in the half and added a 23-yarder before intermission that merely served to run out the clock.

He caught one for 23 yards in the third quarter before padding his stats thereafter. He added three catches for 39 yards in the fourth quarter to finish with seven receptions for 118 yards.

Brown, who has totaled at least 84 yards receiving in every game this year, will try to keep up the good work next Monday night against visiting Houston.


Steelers WR Antonio Brown targeted 12 times Week 5


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/5/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was targeted a team-high 12 times during a 17-9 win Week 5 at Jacksonville. Brown turned those 12 targets into five catches for a season-low 84 yards.

The five catches tied a season low, but Sunday was the first time in five games Brown finished with less than 90 receiving yards. He also failed to score for just the second time in five games.

Brown has been targeted at least 10 times in four straight games. The Steelers are back in action Week 6 at Cleveland.


FFT Blog: Who left points on the board in Week 4?


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/29/2014) Over at the Fantasy Football Today blog, I noted a handful of players who left Fantasy points on the field in Week 4. Whether it was due to a play called off due to penalties or just an overthrow by a quarterback, a handful of guys could have helped you more than they did in this weekend.

The list is headlined by Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, who could have had two more touchdowns -- in addition to the two he already scored -- Sunday, if Ben Roethlisberger hit him in stride. Elsewhere, Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns' inability to hang on to the ball cost him another score, the second time that has happened in four games.

Check out the blog post for video of those two plus Kendall Wright of the Titans, Kelvin Benjamin of the Panthers, Davante Adams of the Packers and the Colts' T.Y. Hilton's close brushes with the end zone. 


Antonio Brown is the greatest


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/28/2014) The Steelers' Antonio Brown was the seventh-best wide receiver in fantasy last year, so understandably, big things were expected of him coming into 2014. But with the way he's started the season, he might be looking at top-five or even top-three status come season's end.

For the second straight game, he scored two touchdowns Week 4 against Tampa Bay, the second on a diving 27-yard grab over the top of a Buccaneers defender, and for the fourth straight game -- that's every single one, in case you've lost count -- he topped 90 yards, finishing with a season-high 131 on seven catches.

In other words, he turned in his best performance in what's already been a ridiculous season so far. Where does he go from here?

Having watched the game, I have to say I was also impressed by Markus Wheaton's ability to go get a pass, contorting his body as necessary, but he still has nothing on Brown. With no real threats to his targets, you can take Brown at face value in Fantasy.


Antonio Brown stays torrid Sunday with two-TD game


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(9/28/2014) The finger of blame for the Sunday loss to Tampa Bay certainly can't be pointed at prolific Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown.

Brown continued to run roughshod over opposing defensive backs by snagging seven passes for a game-best 131 yards. He grabbed a 27-yarder to the Buccaneers 8-yard-line late in the first quarter and continued to rack up the yards. He scored an 11-yard touchdown with a fine inside move with 15 seconds remaining in the quarter.

The best was yet to come. Brown simply outmaneuvered cornerback Alterraun Verner in the end zone with five minutes remaining in the second quarter for a 27-yard score, his fifth of the season. 

Brown, who has 427 yards receiving in just four games, will try to remain on a roll next Sunday in Jacksonville.


Antonio Brown unstoppable on Sunday night


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/22/2014) Steelers receiver Antonio Brown tormented the Panthers on Sunday Night Football, catching all 10 of his targets for 90 yards and two touchdowns and drawing a 19-yard pass interference flag too.

Brown stretched out for a 30-yard grab on a second-quarter go route. He dragged his feet to secure his first touchdown, a 7-yarder in the back corner of the end zone early in the third quarter. Brown capped that quarter with another 7-yard scoring catch.

This was the 19th straight game in which Brown has caught at least five passes. Brown will look to keep rolling Week 4 against the Buccaneers.


Antonio Brown returns, turns in solid performance


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown struggled with an injury early, but wound up turning in a solid performance Thursday.

Brown picked up a rush attempt and two catches on the team's first drive, but had to leave the game after taking a big hit. He returned during the second quarter after passing concussion tests. He didn't play a huge role until the last drive of the game. Brown made three receptions during the drive, gaining 51 yards. Brown was also the target of the game-ending interception. He finished with seven receptions for 90 yards. He also had two carries for 10 yards.

Brown will take on the Panthers Week 3. 


Antonio Brown returns Thursday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/11/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was cleared to return to Thursday's game.

Brown left on the team's first drive, and was tested for a concussion. He passed all concussion tests, and was cleared to return to action. He missed about a quarter before returning to the game.


Antonio Brown heads to the locker room Thursday


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/11/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown left the field Thursday against the Ravens.

Brown took a hard hit on the team's first drive. After sitting out a few plays, Brown was taken to the locker room. The team announced Brown may be dealing with a concussion. He's questionable to return to Thursday's game. 


Stud Steelers ready to go Week 2


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/11/2014) The Steelers will go into Week 2 with all of their stud offensive players. 

A number of important players entered the week listed as probable on the injury report. Nearly all of them are active Week 2 against the Steelers. Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, Heath Miller, Ben Roethlisberger, Cody Wallace and Markus Wheaton were all cleared to play. While they were all on the injury report, only Wallace was dealing with an injury. The rest missed practice for non-injury reasons. 

On defense, the Steelers will have Brett Keisel, Steve McLendon, Troy Polamalu, Ike Taylor, Shamarko Thomas and Vince Williams. Wallace was dealing with an ankle issue, but the rest were listed for non-injury reasons. 


Antonio Brown explodes Sunday in first half, blanked in second


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Steelers super receiver Antonio Brown seemed to play two different games Sunday against Cleveland - one in the first half and another in the second.

Brown destroyed Browns Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden before intermission with five catches for 116 yards. He took a short pass, juked Haden, and raced 41 yards on the second play from scrimmage. He also beat Haden by a step and snagged a 35-yard touchdown pass five minutes into the second quarter.

But Haden exacted his revenge in the second half, holding Brown without a catch. Brown will try to regain the momentum Thursday night against the host Ravens.


Matchup against Joe Haden intriguing for Antonio Brown


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(9/3/2014) Steelers premier receiver Antonio Brown was an equal-opportunity destroyer last season. He even took Browns super corner Joe Haden deep, which bodes well for his matchup against him Sunday in Pittsburgh.

Brown is coming off a year in which he snagged 110 passes for 1,499 yards and eight touchdowns. He shredded Haden for 19 receptions for 179 yards and one of those scores. He has 36 catches for 494 yards and three touchdowns in six career games against Cleveland.

But even though Brown is always a must-play, a matchup against Haden and possibly some double-teaming could prove problematic. The Browns can afford to single-cover other Pittsburgh receivers, none of whom are particularly accomplished, in an attempt to keep Brown from gashing them for long gains and touchdowns.

Look for Brown to get his targets, catches and yards. The difference between a decent game and a great one will be successful forays into the end zone.


Antonio Brown to return punts


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/2/2014) Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said receiver Antonio Brown will return punts along with rookie Dri Archer. "He's a Pro Bowl-caliber return man, so that's how you play him," Tomlin said of Brown.

Mike Tomlin expects Joe Haden to shadow Antonio Brown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/2/2014) Steelers coach Mike Tomlin expects Browns top corner Joe Haden to shadow Pittsburgh receiver Antonio Brown in Week 1, reports ESPN.com. Brown enjoyed two good games against Cleveland last year, catching 15 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown.

Antonio Brown racks up 59 receiving yards Thursday


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/21/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown bounced back from a slow start in Thursday's exhibition game against the Eagles in Philadelphia.

Brown was held without a grab in the first quarter and came down with a 19-yard reception in the second quarter -- his only catch of the half. He bounced back after halftime with a pair of catches. He was targeted five times and finished with three catches for 59 yards, averaging 19.7 yards per grab.

Brown has compiled 173 receiving yards and a touchdown through three preseason games.

Antonio Brown catches short pass for long TD vs. Bills


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/16/2014) Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown found the end zone Saturday night against the Bills in preseason action.

Brown caught a short pass and toasted Buffalo’s secondary for a 76-yard touchdown in the first quarter. He caught both of the passes thrown his way for 93 yards and a touchdown while working with the first-team offense for three drives.