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Brown pulls in big reception in Pro Bowl

Posted Jan 27, 2014

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown pulled in a big sideline reception for Team Sanders in the 2014 Pro Bowl.

Wide receiver Antonio Brown beat Browns’ cornerback Joe Haden to pull in a 39-yard reception from Eagles quarterback Nick Foles on a sideline route for Team Sanders in the 2014 Pro Bowl, setting up a go-ahead touchdown at 21-14, but it was Team Rice that would prevail in the end, 22-21.

Brown was drafted by Hall of Famer Deion Sanders with the first pick in the 12th round, the 23rd pick overall, for the first-ever non-conferenced Pro Bowl.

Team Sanders, coached by Indianapolis Colts Coach Chuck Pagano and his staff, had a 21-14 lead when DeMarco Murray pulled in a 20-yard touchdown reception for Hall of Famer Jerry Rice’s squad. Team Rice secured the 22-21 win with Mike Tolbert’s run for the two-point conversion.



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