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Antonio Brown
WR #84
Height:
5-10
Weight:
181
Age:
27
College:
Central Michigan
Hometown:
Miami, FL
Experience:
7
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 526 7,093 13.5 79 38 28 110 3.9 16 0 11 6
2015 PIT 16 16 136 1,834 13.5 59 10 3 28 9.3 16 0 3 2
2014 PIT 16 16 129 1,698 13.2 63T 13 4 13 3.3 9 0 2 2
2013 PIT 16 14 110 1,499 13.6 56 8 7 4 0.6 10 0 1 0
2012 PIT 13 10 66 787 11.9 60T 5 7 24 3.4 13 0 4 2
2011 PIT 16 3 69 1,108 16.1 79T 2 7 41 5.9 10 0 -- --
2010 PIT 9 0 16 167 10.4 26 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
1 @NE L 21-28 9 133 14.8 37 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2 SF W 43-18 9 195 21.7 59 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @STL W 12-6 11 108 9.8 19 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
4 BAL L 20-23 5 42 8.4 17 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
5 @SD W 24-20 3 45 15 39 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 ARI W 25-13 3 24 8 23 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
7 @KC L 13-23 6 124 20.7 41 0 1 6 6 6 0 -- --
8 CIN L 10-16 6 47 7.8 17 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
9 OAK W 38-35 17 284 16.7 59 0 2 22 11 16 0 1 1
10 CLE W 30-9 10 139 13.9 56 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
12 @SEA L 30-39 6 51 8.5 15 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
13 IND W 45-10 8 118 14.8 48 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
14 @CIN W 33-20 7 87 12.4 26 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
15 DEN W 34-27 16 189 11.8 23 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
16 @BAL L 17-20 7 61 8.7 27 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
17 @CLE W 28-12 13 187 14.4 27 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
  • Antonio Brown was named first-team AP All-Pro, named to PFWA’s All-NFL and All-NFC Teams, named NFL 101 AFC Co-Offensive Player of the Year, named ESPN.com’s AFC North Offensive Player of the Year and was named Dapper Dan Sportsman of the Year by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for his 2014 season.
  • Selected to the Pro Bowl for the third time following the 2014 season (2011, 2013).
  • Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month (December, 2014).
  • Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors twice (Week 17, 2014 and Week 12, 2011).
  • In a player’s first five years with the Steelers, Brown has the most receptions (390), receiving yards (5,259) and all-purpose yards (7,755).      
  • Set single-season franchise records in receptions (129), receiving yards (1,698), receiving touchdowns (13), 100-yard receiving games (8) and receiving yards per game (106.1) in 2014.
  • Became the first player in team history to record back-to-back seasons with at least 110 receptions (2013-14).
  • Became the first player in team history to record at least 1,400 receiving yards in back-to-back seasons (2013-14).
  • Entering the 2015 season he has two active streaks that are NFL records: consecutive regular-season games with at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards (32), and consecutive regular-season games with at least five receptions and 70 receiving yards (18).
  • Set an NFL record by recording at least 80 receiving yards in 14 straight regular-season games (12/22/13-12/2/14).
  • Tied an NFL record by recording at least five receptions and 80 receiving yards in each of the first nine games of a season in 2014 (Michael Irvin, 1995).
  • Named the 2011 and 2013 Steelers’ MVP.
  • In 2011, became the first player in NFL history with at least 1,000 receiving yards (1,108) and at least 1,000 return yards (1,062) in the same season.
  • In 2010, became the first Steelers’ rookie to return a kickoff for a touchdown since Antwaan Randle El in 2002.

PRO: (86-59/6-2): Antonio Brown signed a five-year contract extension on July 27, 2012 to remain with the team through 2017…originally drafted by the Steelers as their second of two selections in the sixth round (195th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

2015 (16-16/1-1): Antonio Brown has started 36 straight regular-season games, the third-longest active streak among wide receivers…has recorded at least one reception in 84 consecutive regular-season games in which he has played (90, including the postseason), dating back to October 3, 2010…set single-season franchise records in receptions (136) and receiving yards (1,834)…added 10 receiving touchdowns…his 136 receptions are tied for the second-most in NFL history in any single season (Julio Jones, 2015)…recorded at least 125 receptions for the second straight season, a new franchise record, and he became the first player in NFL history with at least 125 receptions in two straight seasons…set the NFL record by registering 262 receptions in any two consecutive seasons…set the NFL record for most receptions in any three consecutive seasons (375)…set the single-season team record by recording at least 10 receptions in five games, and he increased his franchise record for career games with at least 10 receptions to 10 games…his 1,834 receiving yards are the fourth-most in NFL history in any single season…set the franchise record for most 100-yard games in a single season (9)…became the first player in NFL history to record four games with at least 180 receiving yards in any single regular season…became the first player in team history to record 1,000 receiving yards in the first nine games of a season…is the only player in franchise history to record at least 1,600 yards in back-to-back seasons and is the second player in NFL history to record at least 1,600 yards in back-to-back seasons (Calvin Johnson)…registered the second-most receiving yards by an NFL player in any three consecutive seasons (5,031)…recorded the third-most receiving yards by an NFL player in any two consecutive seasons in NFL history (3,531)…with 10 receiving touchdowns on the year, became the second player in team history (Ward) to record at least 10 receiving touchdowns in back-to-back seasons…set a franchise record for the most touchdown catches in consecutive seasons with 23…totaled 1,862 scrimmage yards on the season, the fourth-most scrimmage yards by a wide receiver in NFL history in any single season and the third-most in a single season in team history…became the first player in NFL history to post 1,700 yards from scrimmage in back-to-back seasons…is one of only three players in team history (Rod Woodson and Antwaan Randle El) to record 1,500 career punt return yards…became the first player in team history and 10th player in NFL history to tally 6,000 receiving yards and 1,500 punt return yards in his career…is tied for the most punt returns for touchdowns in team history (Randle El) with four…became the fourth Steelers player to reach 9,750 combined yards in their career…became the first player in NFL history to record two games with 15 or more receptions in the same season and is one of four players to record multiple games with at least 15 receptions in NFL history…set a team record for fewest games played (72) to reach 400 career receptions, which is also tied for the third-fewest games (Kellen Winslow) to reach 400 career receptions in NFL history…set a team record by recording 500 receptions in just 84 games, which is also the second-fewest games to reach 500 career receptions in NFL history…is one of only four players in team history to record 500 career receptions…is one of only three players (Hines Ward and John Stallworth) to record 6,500 receiving yards as a Steeler…set team records for receptions (27) and receiving yards (423) in a two-game span (Weeks 9-10)…became the fourth player in NFL history to record at least 27 receptions in a two-game span...recorded at least seven receptions in 14 straight regular-season games, an NFL record (streak ended 10/1 vs. Baltimore)…recorded at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards in 35 straight regular-season games, an NFL record (streak ended 10/1 vs. Baltimore)…recorded at least five receptions and 70 receiving yards in 21 straight regular-season games, an NFL record (streak ended 10/1 vs. Baltimore).

  • 9/10 at New England: Recorded a team-high nine receptions for a game-high 133 yards with one receiving touchdown…moved into a tie with Roy Jefferson (29) for the 10th most receiving touchdowns in team history…marked his second-straight season opener with at least 100 receiving yards…also became the fourth Steeler since 1960 to record at least 100 receiving yards in back-to-back season openers…with 133 yards from scrimmage, he moved into ninth place on the team’s all-time scrimmage yards list…with one punt return, he moved into a tie with Theo Bell for the third-most punt returns in team history.
  • 9/20 vs. San Francisco: Recorded game highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards (195) with one receiving touchdown…recorded two receptions of 50 or more yards (59 and 56) in the same game for the first time in his career…surpassed Lynn Swann for the fifth-most receiving yards in team history…for the first time in his career, he recorded 100-yard games in each of the first two games of a season…is the third Steeler since 1960 to record three straight 100-yard games…surpassed 100 yards in the first half for the fourth time in his career…has recorded at least one receiving touchdown in four straight regular-season games, which ties for the longest streak of his career…moved into sole possession of 10th place on the team’s all-time receiving touchdowns list with his 30th career touchdown reception…with 195 yards from scrimmage, he moved into eighth place in team history.
  • 9/27 at St. Louis: Had game highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (108)…has recorded four straight 100-yard games during the regular season, the longest streak of his career…is the third player in team history to have 100 receiving yards in four straight games (Mike Wallace and Jimmy Orr)…recorded 100-yard games in each of the first three games to start the season for the first time in his career…is the first NFL player since Wallace in 2011 to record at least 100 receiving yards in each of a season’s first three games…is the 12th player to record 400 receiving yards in the first three games of a season since 1960, and the first since Wes Welker in 2011…his 436 receiving yards on the season are the fourth-most by an NFL player in the first three games of a season since 1960.
  • 10/1 vs. Baltimore: Surpassed his own franchise record for the most receptions by a Steeler in the fourth four games of a season with a new mark of 34.
  • 10/25 at Kansas City: Made his 50th career start…totaled a game-high 124 receiving yards…is only the third player in team history to record at least 20 100-yard games (Ward and John Stallworth)…surpassed 6,000 scrimmage yards, becoming the eighth player in team history to reach 6,000 yards from scrimmage.
  • 11/1 vs. Cincinnati: Caught a one-yard touchdown on the opening drive of the game…marked his second straight game against the Bengals with at least one receiving touchdown.
  • 11/8 vs. Oakland: Named Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Week…set single-game team records and set career highs in receptions (17), receiving yards (284) and scrimmage yards (306)…at the time his 17 receptions are tied for the fifth-most in a single game in NFL history since 1960… at the time his 284 receiving yards are the seventh-most in a single-game in NFL history since 1960…at the time his 306 scrimmage yards are the seventh-most in a single-game in NFL history since 1960…three of his receptions went for 40+ yards (59, 57 and 41)…his 57-yard reception helped set up a game-winning field goal by K Chris Boswell…surpassed Louis Lipps for the fourth-most receiving yards in team history…recorded 1,000 receiving yards for the third straight season and for the fourth time in his career…moved into sixth place on the team’s all-time scrimmage yards list…set franchise records and career highs for receptions (10) and receiving yards (180) in the first half of a game…recorded 86 receiving yards in the first quarter, the second-most receiving yards in the first quarter in a single game for his career…recorded 22 rushing yards, including a career-long 16-yard rush…added one special teams tackle.
  • 11/15 vs. Cleveland: Recorded a game-high 10 receptions for 139 yards with two touchdowns…marked the second time in his career that he recorded at least 10 receptions in back-to-back-games (10/26-11/2 in 2014)…marked his third straight game with at least 100 receiving yards vs. Cleveland…surpassed Heath Miller for the third-most receiving yards in team history…moved into ninth place on the team’s all-time touchdown receptions list…became the fifth player in team history with 6,500 scrimmage yards, and surpassed Lipps for the fifth-most scrimmage yards in team history.
  • 12/6 vs. Indianapolis: Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors…totaled game highs in receptions (8), receiving yards (118) and receiving touchdowns (2)…added a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown…became the first player in team history to record two receiving touchdowns and a punt return for a touchdown in the same game…moved into sole possession of eighth place on the team’s all-time receiving touchdowns list.
  • 12/13 at Cincinnati: Led the team with 87 receiving yards on seven receptions.
  • 12/20 vs. Denver: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…named Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Week…totaled game highs in receptions (16) and receiving yards (189)…added two receiving touchdowns…marked his ninth-multi touchdown catch game, which is tied for the third-most in team history…moved into a tie for seventh place on the team’s receiving touchdowns list and a tie for ninth place on the team’s total touchdown list (42).
  • 12/27 at Baltimore: Led the team in receptions (7) and receiving yards (61).
  • 1/3 at Cleveland: Led all receivers in receptions (13) and receiving yards (187), with one receiving touchdown…marked his 25th career 100-yard game to become just the third player in team history with 25 career 100-yard games…moved into seventh place on the team’s all-time receiving touchdowns list (38), and moved into a tie for eighth place on the team’s all-time touchdowns list (43)…totaled 10 receptions for 150 yards in the first half…marked the second time of his career and second time on the season that he recorded 10 receptions in the first half, which is also a franchise record for receptions in the first half…marked the third time on the season that he recorded 100 yards in the first half and the sixth time in his career that he accomplished that feat…became the second player in NFL history (Calvin Johnson) to record at least 150 receiving yards in the first half of a game twice in a single season.
  • AFC Wild Card Game 1/9 at Cincinnati: Led all players with game-highs of seven catches for 119 yards (playoff high)…added a playoff career long 60-yard reception…became the 11th player in Steelers’ history to record 20 receptions in a postseason career…has caught at least five passes in three straight playoff games, the fourth player to accomplish that feat in team history…tied Yancey Thigpen for the ninth-most postseason receptions in team history…recorded his second career 100-yard game in the postseason, and second straight 100-yard postseason game, the fourth Steeler to record two straight 100-yard postseason games…surpassed Plaxico Burress for the seventh-most receiving yards in team playoff history…left the game in the fourth quarter with a concussion and did not return.
  • AFC Divisional Playoff 1/17 at Denver: Inactive due to a concussion.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
  • Antonio Brown was named first-team AP All-Pro, named to PFWA’s All-NFL and All-NFC Teams, named NFL 101 AFC Co-Offensive Player of the Year, named ESPN.com’s AFC North Offensive Player of the Year and was named Dapper Dan Sportsman of the Year by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for his 2014 season.
  • Selected to the Pro Bowl for the third time following the 2014 season (2011, 2013).
  • Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month (December, 2014).
  • Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors twice (Week 17, 2014 and Week 12, 2011).
  • In a player’s first five years with the Steelers, Brown has the most receptions (390), receiving yards (5,259) and all-purpose yards (7,755).      
  • Set single-season franchise records in receptions (129), receiving yards (1,698), receiving touchdowns (13), 100-yard receiving games (8) and receiving yards per game (106.1) in 2014.
  • Became the first player in team history to record back-to-back seasons with at least 110 receptions (2013-14).
  • Became the first player in team history to record at least 1,400 receiving yards in back-to-back seasons (2013-14).
  • Entering the 2015 season he has two active streaks that are NFL records: consecutive regular-season games with at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards (32), and consecutive regular-season games with at least five receptions and 70 receiving yards (18).
  • Set an NFL record by recording at least 80 receiving yards in 14 straight regular-season games (12/22/13-12/2/14).
  • Tied an NFL record by recording at least five receptions and 80 receiving yards in each of the first nine games of a season in 2014 (Michael Irvin, 1995).
  • Named the 2011 and 2013 Steelers’ MVP.
  • In 2011, became the first player in NFL history with at least 1,000 receiving yards (1,108) and at least 1,000 return yards (1,062) in the same season.
  • In 2010, became the first Steelers’ rookie to return a kickoff for a touchdown since Antwaan Randle El in 2002.

PRO: (86-59/6-2): Antonio Brown signed a five-year contract extension on July 27, 2012 to remain with the team through 2017…originally drafted by the Steelers as their second of two selections in the sixth round (195th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.

2015 (16-16/1-1): Antonio Brown has started 36 straight regular-season games, the third-longest active streak among wide receivers…has recorded at least one reception in 84 consecutive regular-season games in which he has played (90, including the postseason), dating back to October 3, 2010…set single-season franchise records in receptions (136) and receiving yards (1,834)…added 10 receiving touchdowns…his 136 receptions are tied for the second-most in NFL history in any single season (Julio Jones, 2015)…recorded at least 125 receptions for the second straight season, a new franchise record, and he became the first player in NFL history with at least 125 receptions in two straight seasons…set the NFL record by registering 262 receptions in any two consecutive seasons…set the NFL record for most receptions in any three consecutive seasons (375)…set the single-season team record by recording at least 10 receptions in five games, and he increased his franchise record for career games with at least 10 receptions to 10 games…his 1,834 receiving yards are the fourth-most in NFL history in any single season…set the franchise record for most 100-yard games in a single season (9)…became the first player in NFL history to record four games with at least 180 receiving yards in any single regular season…became the first player in team history to record 1,000 receiving yards in the first nine games of a season…is the only player in franchise history to record at least 1,600 yards in back-to-back seasons and is the second player in NFL history to record at least 1,600 yards in back-to-back seasons (Calvin Johnson)…registered the second-most receiving yards by an NFL player in any three consecutive seasons (5,031)…recorded the third-most receiving yards by an NFL player in any two consecutive seasons in NFL history (3,531)…with 10 receiving touchdowns on the year, became the second player in team history (Ward) to record at least 10 receiving touchdowns in back-to-back seasons…set a franchise record for the most touchdown catches in consecutive seasons with 23…totaled 1,862 scrimmage yards on the season, the fourth-most scrimmage yards by a wide receiver in NFL history in any single season and the third-most in a single season in team history…became the first player in NFL history to post 1,700 yards from scrimmage in back-to-back seasons…is one of only three players in team history (Rod Woodson and Antwaan Randle El) to record 1,500 career punt return yards…became the first player in team history and 10th player in NFL history to tally 6,000 receiving yards and 1,500 punt return yards in his career…is tied for the most punt returns for touchdowns in team history (Randle El) with four…became the fourth Steelers player to reach 9,750 combined yards in their career…became the first player in NFL history to record two games with 15 or more receptions in the same season and is one of four players to record multiple games with at least 15 receptions in NFL history…set a team record for fewest games played (72) to reach 400 career receptions, which is also tied for the third-fewest games (Kellen Winslow) to reach 400 career receptions in NFL history…set a team record by recording 500 receptions in just 84 games, which is also the second-fewest games to reach 500 career receptions in NFL history…is one of only four players in team history to record 500 career receptions…is one of only three players (Hines Ward and John Stallworth) to record 6,500 receiving yards as a Steeler…set team records for receptions (27) and receiving yards (423) in a two-game span (Weeks 9-10)…became the fourth player in NFL history to record at least 27 receptions in a two-game span...recorded at least seven receptions in 14 straight regular-season games, an NFL record (streak ended 10/1 vs. Baltimore)…recorded at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards in 35 straight regular-season games, an NFL record (streak ended 10/1 vs. Baltimore)…recorded at least five receptions and 70 receiving yards in 21 straight regular-season games, an NFL record (streak ended 10/1 vs. Baltimore).

  • 9/10 at New England: Recorded a team-high nine receptions for a game-high 133 yards with one receiving touchdown…moved into a tie with Roy Jefferson (29) for the 10th most receiving touchdowns in team history…marked his second-straight season opener with at least 100 receiving yards…also became the fourth Steeler since 1960 to record at least 100 receiving yards in back-to-back season openers…with 133 yards from scrimmage, he moved into ninth place on the team’s all-time scrimmage yards list…with one punt return, he moved into a tie with Theo Bell for the third-most punt returns in team history.
  • 9/20 vs. San Francisco: Recorded game highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards (195) with one receiving touchdown…recorded two receptions of 50 or more yards (59 and 56) in the same game for the first time in his career…surpassed Lynn Swann for the fifth-most receiving yards in team history…for the first time in his career, he recorded 100-yard games in each of the first two games of a season…is the third Steeler since 1960 to record three straight 100-yard games…surpassed 100 yards in the first half for the fourth time in his career…has recorded at least one receiving touchdown in four straight regular-season games, which ties for the longest streak of his career…moved into sole possession of 10th place on the team’s all-time receiving touchdowns list with his 30th career touchdown reception…with 195 yards from scrimmage, he moved into eighth place in team history.
  • 9/27 at St. Louis: Had game highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (108)…has recorded four straight 100-yard games during the regular season, the longest streak of his career…is the third player in team history to have 100 receiving yards in four straight games (Mike Wallace and Jimmy Orr)…recorded 100-yard games in each of the first three games to start the season for the first time in his career…is the first NFL player since Wallace in 2011 to record at least 100 receiving yards in each of a season’s first three games…is the 12th player to record 400 receiving yards in the first three games of a season since 1960, and the first since Wes Welker in 2011…his 436 receiving yards on the season are the fourth-most by an NFL player in the first three games of a season since 1960.
  • 10/1 vs. Baltimore: Surpassed his own franchise record for the most receptions by a Steeler in the fourth four games of a season with a new mark of 34.
  • 10/25 at Kansas City: Made his 50th career start…totaled a game-high 124 receiving yards…is only the third player in team history to record at least 20 100-yard games (Ward and John Stallworth)…surpassed 6,000 scrimmage yards, becoming the eighth player in team history to reach 6,000 yards from scrimmage.
  • 11/1 vs. Cincinnati: Caught a one-yard touchdown on the opening drive of the game…marked his second straight game against the Bengals with at least one receiving touchdown.
  • 11/8 vs. Oakland: Named Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Week…set single-game team records and set career highs in receptions (17), receiving yards (284) and scrimmage yards (306)…at the time his 17 receptions are tied for the fifth-most in a single game in NFL history since 1960… at the time his 284 receiving yards are the seventh-most in a single-game in NFL history since 1960…at the time his 306 scrimmage yards are the seventh-most in a single-game in NFL history since 1960…three of his receptions went for 40+ yards (59, 57 and 41)…his 57-yard reception helped set up a game-winning field goal by K Chris Boswell…surpassed Louis Lipps for the fourth-most receiving yards in team history…recorded 1,000 receiving yards for the third straight season and for the fourth time in his career…moved into sixth place on the team’s all-time scrimmage yards list…set franchise records and career highs for receptions (10) and receiving yards (180) in the first half of a game…recorded 86 receiving yards in the first quarter, the second-most receiving yards in the first quarter in a single game for his career…recorded 22 rushing yards, including a career-long 16-yard rush…added one special teams tackle.
  • 11/15 vs. Cleveland: Recorded a game-high 10 receptions for 139 yards with two touchdowns…marked the second time in his career that he recorded at least 10 receptions in back-to-back-games (10/26-11/2 in 2014)…marked his third straight game with at least 100 receiving yards vs. Cleveland…surpassed Heath Miller for the third-most receiving yards in team history…moved into ninth place on the team’s all-time touchdown receptions list…became the fifth player in team history with 6,500 scrimmage yards, and surpassed Lipps for the fifth-most scrimmage yards in team history.
  • 12/6 vs. Indianapolis: Earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors…totaled game highs in receptions (8), receiving yards (118) and receiving touchdowns (2)…added a 71-yard punt return for a touchdown…became the first player in team history to record two receiving touchdowns and a punt return for a touchdown in the same game…moved into sole possession of eighth place on the team’s all-time receiving touchdowns list.
  • 12/13 at Cincinnati: Led the team with 87 receiving yards on seven receptions.
  • 12/20 vs. Denver: Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week…named Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Week…totaled game highs in receptions (16) and receiving yards (189)…added two receiving touchdowns…marked his ninth-multi touchdown catch game, which is tied for the third-most in team history…moved into a tie for seventh place on the team’s receiving touchdowns list and a tie for ninth place on the team’s total touchdown list (42).
  • 12/27 at Baltimore: Led the team in receptions (7) and receiving yards (61).
  • 1/3 at Cleveland: Led all receivers in receptions (13) and receiving yards (187), with one receiving touchdown…marked his 25th career 100-yard game to become just the third player in team history with 25 career 100-yard games…moved into seventh place on the team’s all-time receiving touchdowns list (38), and moved into a tie for eighth place on the team’s all-time touchdowns list (43)…totaled 10 receptions for 150 yards in the first half…marked the second time of his career and second time on the season that he recorded 10 receptions in the first half, which is also a franchise record for receptions in the first half…marked the third time on the season that he recorded 100 yards in the first half and the sixth time in his career that he accomplished that feat…became the second player in NFL history (Calvin Johnson) to record at least 150 receiving yards in the first half of a game twice in a single season.
  • AFC Wild Card Game 1/9 at Cincinnati: Led all players with game-highs of seven catches for 119 yards (playoff high)…added a playoff career long 60-yard reception…became the 11th player in Steelers’ history to record 20 receptions in a postseason career…has caught at least five passes in three straight playoff games, the fourth player to accomplish that feat in team history…tied Yancey Thigpen for the ninth-most postseason receptions in team history…recorded his second career 100-yard game in the postseason, and second straight 100-yard postseason game, the fourth Steeler to record two straight 100-yard postseason games…surpassed Plaxico Burress for the seventh-most receiving yards in team playoff history…left the game in the fourth quarter with a concussion and did not return.
  • AFC Divisional Playoff 1/17 at Denver: Inactive due to a concussion.

2014 (16-16/1-1): Antonio Brown started all 16 games at WR in the regular season…named AFC Offensive Player of the Month (December) and AFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 17)…has now recorded at least one reception in 72 straight games in which he has played, including the postseason…set the single season team record with 129 receptions, which are the second-most in a single season in NFL history…set the single-season team record with 1,698 receiving yards, which are the fifth-most in a single season in NFL history…set a single-season team record with 13 receiving touchdowns…set the single-season team record with eight 100-yard games…became the first player in team history to record back-to-back seasons with at least 110 receptions…became the fourth player in NFL history to record at least 110 receptions in two straight seasons…became the first player in team history and the 14th player in NFL history with 1,600 receiving yards in a single season…became the first player in team history to record at least 1,400 receiving yards in back-to-back seasons and the ninth player in NFL history to accomplish that feat…has recorded at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards in 32 straight games, an NFL record…has an NFL record for the most consecutive games with at least five receptions and 70 receiving yards (18)…set an NFL record by recording at least 80 receiving yards in 14 straight regular-season games (12/22/13-12/2/14)…tied an NFL record by recording least five receptions and 80 receiving yards in each of the first nine games of the season (Michael Irvin, 1995)…started the lone postseason contest, recording his first career 100-yard game in the postseason (117 yards).

  • 9/7 vs. Cleveland: Totaled a game-high 116 receiving yards on five receptions with one receiving touchdown (35-yarder)…surpassed WR Plaxico Burress (264) for the eighth-most receptions in team history…his 116 receiving yards in the first half were a career best for any single first half of his career…added a 36-yard punt return to set the Steelers up for a touchdown.
  • 9/11 at Baltimore: Led all receivers in receptions (7) and receiving yards (90)…left the game in the first quarter due to a possible concussion but cleared all NFL concussion protocol and returned to the game.
  • 9/21 at Carolina: Totaled 10 receptions for 90 yards with two receiving touchdowns…with 107 all-purpose yards, surpassed Franco Harris for the most all-purpose yards by a Steeler in their first five seasons in the NFL.
  • 9/28 vs. Tampa Bay: Totaled a game-high 131 receiving yards on seven receptions with two receiving touchdowns…recorded two receiving touchdowns in the first half, becoming the first Steeler to have two touchdown catches in back-to-back games since Hines Ward (2005)…became the fourth Steeler in team history to post five touchdown receptions in the first four games of a season…completed a pass to RB Le’Veon Bell for a 17-yard gain, his second career completion.
  • 10/5 at Jacksonville: Totaled a team-best 84 yards on five receptions…with his first reception for a 15-yard gain, became the 10th player in team history to record 4,000 receiving yards and the fourth Steeler to reach the mark in their first five seasons in the NFL.
  • 10/12 at Cleveland: Totaled team highs with seven receptions for 118 yards.
  • 10/20 vs. Houston: Led the team in receptions (9) and receiving yards (90)…completed a three-yard touchdown pass to WR Lance Moore…surpassed RB Franco Harris for the seventh-most receptions (311) in Steelers history…has reached 50 receptions for the fourth straight season to become just the third player in team history (Ward and Louis Lipps) to record at least 50 receptions in four straight seasons…surpassed Burress for the eighth-most receiving yards (4,280) in team history.
  • 10/26 vs. Indianapolis: Totaled a game high 10 receptions for 133 yards with two receiving touchdowns.
  • 11/2 vs. Baltimore: Totaled game highs in receptions (11) and receiving yards (144)…moved into sixth place on the team’s all-time receptions list…recorded a long reception of 54 yards for a score, the 13th time he recorded a 40+ yard reception in a single game of the regular season…has recorded a reception of 20+ yards in 13 straight games, the longest streak of his career and longest since Buddy Dial (13 games, 1959-60).
  • 11/9 at N.Y. Jets: Tied for the game high with eight receptions…surpassed Lynn Swann for the fifth-most receptions in team history…is the first Steeler with back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons since Mike Wallace (2010-11) and just the fifth player in team history to accomplish that feat…added one special teams tackle.
  • 11/17 at Tennessee: Totaled game highs with nine receptions for 91 yards…recorded a 12-yard touchdown reception…joined Ward as just the second player in team history to have consecutive seasons with at least 80 receptions…became the second player (Ward) to have three 1,100-yard seasons…is the third Steeler to record 1,100 receiving yards in back-to-back seasons (Wallace and Ward).
  • 11/30 vs. New Orleans: Recorded two fourth-quarter touchdowns…marked his sixth career multi-touchdown game…extended his career best to 11 touchdown receptions on the season…became the 10th Steeler to record 10 or more touchdown receptions in a single season…became the seventh player to record at least 11 touchdown receptions in a single season…surpassed 25 career receiving touchdowns to become the 11th player in team history to record 25 career touchdown receptions as a Steeler…became the fifth player in team history to reach 350 career receptions as a Steeler…surpassed Dial for the seventh-most receiving yards in team history.
  • 12/7 at Cincinnati: Surpassed Louis Lipps for the fourth-most receptions in team history (366)…joined Yancey Thigpen as the only other player to record multiple 1,300-yard seasons with the team…surpassed Lipps for the fourth-most punt return yards in team history (1,219).
  • 12/14 at Atlanta: Marked his fifth double-digit reception game of his career and fourth of the season…became the first player in team history to record 1,400 receiving yards in the first 14 games of a season…became the third player in NFL history to record 110 receptions or more in the first 14 games of a season…eclipsed 5,000 career receiving yards…surpassed Theo Bell for the fourth-most punt return yards in team history.
  • 12/21 vs. Kansas City: Tied for the game high with seven receptions for a team-best 72 yards with one touchdown…became the third player in NFL history to record 120 receptions or more through the first 15 games of a season…became the 16th player in NFL history to record 1,500 receiving yards through the first 15 games of a season.
  • 12/28 vs. Cincinnati: Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week…recorded his 16th career 100-yard receiving game, which is tied for the fourth-most in team history…posted a game-high 128 receiving yards on seven receptions, including a 63-yard touchdown, a season-long reception…moved into sixth place on the team’s all-time receiving yards list…returned a punt 71 yards for a touchdown, his third career punt return for a touchdown, which is tied for the second-most in team history…set a single-game career-best with 84 punt return yards…joined Lipps (11/19/84 and 10/27/85) as the second player in team history to return a punt for a touchdown and have one receiving touchdown in the same game (12/15/13 and 12/28/14)…became the first player in team history since Antwaan Randle El (12/18/05) with at least 80 punt return yards in a single game…became the third player in team history to reach 1,300 career punt return yards.
  • AFC Wild Card Game 1/3 vs. Baltimore: Started his first career postseason game…caught nine passes for 117 yards, both are personal bests for a single postseason game…recorded his first career 100-yard game in the postseason and became the 10th player in team history to register 100 receiving yards in a single game.

2013 (16-14): Antonio Brown played in all 16 games with 14 starts…recorded five receptions and 50 receiving yards in all 16 games to become the first player in NFL history to register at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards in all 16 games of a regular season…the streak is a team record and is the second-longest streak in NFL history…with a career-high 110 receptions, finished with the second-most receptions in team history in a single season…with a career-high 1,499 receiving yards, recorded the most in franchise history in a single season…selected to the Pro Bowl as both a wide receiver and punt returner…also named team MVP for the second time in three seasons…registered the most receptions by a Steelers’ receiver in their first four regular seasons (261)…recorded the third-most receiving yards by a Steelers’ receiver in their first four regular seasons (3,561)…finished with 1,928 all-purpose yards, the fourth-most by a Steeler in any regular season…finished the year with 409 punt return yards, which are the ninth-most in a single season in franchise history…recorded nine or more receptions five times (9/22 vs. Chicago, 9/29 vs. Minnesota [London], 10/13 at N.Y. Jets, 10/27 at Oakland and 12/29 vs. Cleveland)…since 1960, became just the second Steeler (Hines Ward, 2002) to record nine or more receptions in at least five games of a regular season…had five 100-yard receiving games (9/22 vs. Chicago, 11/10 vs. Buffalo, 11/17 vs. Detroit, 12/8 vs. Miami and 12/22 at Green Bay) and three multi-touchdown games (9/22 vs. Chicago, 11/17 vs. Detroit and 12/15 vs. Cincinnati)…had five receptions of 40+ yards on the season (45, 9/22 vs. Chicago, 40, 11/10 vs. Buffalo, 47t, 11/17 vs. Detroit, 41t, 11/24 at Cleveland and 43t, 12/8 vs. Miami)…recorded a reception in the last 56 consecutive games in which he has played, including the postseason…had seven punt returns of 20+ yards and had five punt returns of 40+ yards on the season (40, 9/16 at Cincinnati, 44, 10/27 at Oakland, 50, 11/10 vs. Buffalo, 67t, 12/15 vs. Cincinnati and 41, 12/22 at Green Bay)…registered at least 65 receptions for the third consecutive season (66 in 2012 and 69 in 2011).

  • 9/16 at Cincinnati: Had a team-high six receptions…returned a punt 40 yards to the Bengals’ 34-yard line, setting up an eventual field goal.
  • 9/22 vs. Chicago: Recorded nine receptions for a career-high 196 receiving yards and a career-best two receiving touchdowns…the 196 receiving yards tied for the sixth-most in team history for a single game…registered a first half career-best 105 receiving yards on four receptions with one touchdown…marked the first time a Steeler had 100 or more receiving yards in the first half of a game since Mike Wallace (9/25/11 at Indianapolis).
  • 9/29 vs. Minnesota (London): Recorded a career-high and game-high 12 receptions for 88 yards…the 12 receptions were the most by a Steeler since Hines Ward had 13 (11/30/03 vs. Cincinnati).
  • 10/13 at N.Y. Jets: Recorded game-highs with nine receptions for 86 yards…with 30 receptions (370 yards, 2 TDs) over the past three games, he tied Hines Ward (Games 8-10, 2002, 30 rec., 386 yards, 4 TDs) for the most receptions over a three-game span in franchise history…recorded a first half career-high seven receptions (72 yards)…on third-and-15, took a screen pass for a 16-yard gain for a first down…the drive resulted in a field goal to tie the game, 3-3…with less than a minute remaining in the first half, hauled in an 11-yard pass on third-and-12 that moved the Steelers in field goal range…the drive resulted in a field goal to give Pittsburgh a 9-3 lead…completed a 15-yard pass to RB Felix Jones for his first career completion…became the first offensive or defensive position player to complete a pass since WR Emmanuel Sanders registered a 15-yard completion on 9/18/11 vs. Seattle…marked the first time a non-quarterback completed a pass for the Steelers since 10/9/11 vs. Tennessee (P Daniel Sepulveda’s 33-yard pass).
  • 10/20 vs. Baltimore: Recorded a game-high six receptions for 50 yards, including an 11-yard reception to the Ravens’ 24-yard line with 28 seconds remaining in the game that helped set up K Shaun Suisham’s game-winning 42-yard field goal.
  • 10/27 at Oakland: Recorded a game-high nine receptions for 82 yards…marked the 11th regular-season game he recorded seven or more receptions…added a 44-yard punt return to the Oakland 31-yard line in the fourth quarter…marked the second-longest punt return of his career and 11th punt return of 20+ yards.
  • 11/10 vs. Buffalo: Finished with game highs in receptions (6) and receiving yards (104)…returned a punt 50 yards to the Buffalo 11-yard line in the fourth quarter, marking the second-longest punt return of his career…registered a 24-yard punt return to the Pittsburgh 42-yard line in the third quarter, and on the very next play, recorded a 40-yard reception to the Buffalo 18-yard line.
  • 11/17 vs. Detroit: Totaled seven receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns…marked his second career multi-touchdown game…registered four receptions for 105 yards, including touchdown receptions of 34 and 47 yards in the first quarter…he is the third Steelers’ player since 1991 to register at least 100 receiving yards in the first quarter…became the fourth Steelers’ player since 1991 to record two receiving touchdowns in the first quarter in a regular-season game.
  • 11/24 at Cleveland: Led the team with 92 receiving yards…scored on a 41-yard touchdown…joined Hines Ward (81 in 2002) as the only Pittsburgh players to reach 80 receptions in the team’s first 11 games since 1960…surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the second time in his career (1,108 in 2011)…since 1960, he became the fourth Steeler to record at least 1,000 receiving yards in the team’s first 11 games of the season (Ward, 1,039 in 2002; Buddy Dial, 1,033 in 1963; Stallworth, 1,004 in 1984).
  • 12/8 vs. Miami: Led the team with 138 yards on five receptions with one touchdown…recorded a 43-yard touchdown, the ninth 40+ yard reception of his career during the regular season…became the second receiver (Ward) in franchise history with 90 receptions in one regular season…with 1,241 receiving yards this season, became the eighth player in team history with at least 1,200 receiving yards in a single season, and the first since Wallace (1,257 in 2010).
  • 12/15 vs. Cincinnati: Recorded five receptions for a team-high 66 yards with one touchdown…became the fifth player in franchise history to surpass 1,300 receiving yards (1,307) in a single season…recorded a 12-yard touchdown reception to give Pittsburgh a 14-0 lead, extending his regular-season high of touchdown receptions to eight…returned a punt a career-long 67 yards for a touchdown…tied Rod Woodson for the fourth-most punt returns for a touchdown (2) in team history.
  • 12/22 at Green Bay: Recorded six receptions for 105 yards…marked his eighth career 100-yard receiving game…became the second player in franchise history to record 100 receptions in a single season…became just the fifth player in team history with at least 1,000 punt return yards…returned a punt 41 yards, marking his 16th career punt return of 20+ yards.
  • 12/29 vs. Cleveland: Totaled game highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards (87)…extended his streak of at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards to 16 straight games…recorded 21 punt return yards to give him 1,087 for his career, which are the fifth-most in team history during the regular season.

2012 (13-10): Antonio Brown appeared in 13 games, making 10 starts…missed three games due to an ankle injury (Weeks 10-12)…finished the season second on the team in receptions (66) and receiving touchdowns (5), and third on the team in receiving yards (787)…his five touchdown receptions were a single-season career high…led or tied for the team lead in receptions in Weeks 2, 5, 13 and 15…led the team in receiving yards in five separate games (Weeks 1, 2, 5, 7 and 16)…became the first Steeler since 2005 to record a touchdown reception in each of the last four games of the regular season…registered at least 65 receptions for the second consecutive season (69 in 2011)…9/9 at Denver: Had a team-high 74 yards receiving on four receptions…hauled in a 23-yard reception that converted a third-and-11 late in the second quarter...hauled in a 27-yard reception on that same drive, which ended in a Steelers touchdown…added a 23-yard punt return that set up a Steelers field goal in the second quarter…9/16 vs. N.Y. Jets: Finished with game highs in receptions (7) and receiving yards (79)…converted a third-and-eight with an 18-yard reception with two minutes left in the first quarter…9/23 at Oakland: Finished with seven receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown…registered at least seven receptions in consecutive weeks for the second time in his career…put the Steelers up 31-21 with his receiving touchdown, a play in which he recovered his own fumble in the end zone…10/7 vs. Philadelphia: Finished with game highs in receptions (7) and receiving yards (86)…registered at least seven receptions in three consecutive games for the first time in his career…10/21 at Cincinnati: Finished second on the team with seven receptions for a game-high 96 yards…registered at least 70 receiving yards in six of the past seven regular-season contests…recorded at least seven receptions in four of the last five games…11/4 at N.Y. Giants: Left the game in the second quarter with a left ankle injury and did not return…11/12 vs. Kansas City: Inactive due to an ankle injury, snapping a streak of 29 consecutive regular-season games played…was inactive for the next two games due to an ankle injury (vs. Baltimore and at Cleveland)…12/2 at Baltimore: Returned to the starting lineup and tied for the team lead with five receptions for 58 yards…12/9 vs. San Diego: Caught a one-yard touchdown with less than a minute left in the game…12/16 at Dallas: Led the team with eight receptions…registered a seven-yard touchdown reception to give the Steelers a 24-17 lead early in the fourth quarter…recorded a 29-yard punt return, the longest since he returned a punt 60 yards for a touchdown vs. Cincinnati on 12/4/11…12/23 vs. Cincinnati: Finished with team highs in receptions (5) and receiving yards (97)…registered a 60-yard touchdown reception…marked his longest reception of the season and the second-longest of his career (79-yard touchdown vs. Cleveland on 12/8/11)…marked the second-longest pass play of the season by the Steelers…recorded a receiving touchdown for the third straight contest, marking the first time he recorded at least one touchdown reception for three consecutive games in the regular season…12/30 vs. Cleveland: Recorded a nine-yard touchdown in the third quarter, giving him a career-high five on the season…recorded a receiving touchdown in four straight games for the first time in his career.

2011 (16-3/1-0): Saw action in 16 regular-season games, making three starts…named to his first Pro Bowl as a kick returner…named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his Week 12 performance…named Steelers’ MVP…finished second on the team with 69 receptions for 1,108 yards…became the first player in NFL history with at least 1,000 receiving yards (1,108) and at least 1,000 return yards (1,062) in the same season…claimed the Steelers’ franchise single-season record with 2,211 all-purpose yards…registered three 100-yard receiving games…saw action in the lone postseason contest…9/11 at Baltimore: Saw action at WR and on special teams in the season opener…had three kickoff returns for 103 yards (31, 41 and 31 yards)…9/18 vs. Seattle: Registered his first career rush for one yard…had four punt returns for 54 yards…9/25 at Indianapolis: Set a then career-high with 75 yards receiving on four receptions…added four punt returns for 65 yards…registered punt returns of 37 and 25 yards, both coming a week after recording a then career-long 41-yard return…10/2 at Houston: Led the team with five receptions for 67 yards…registered a 33-yard punt return …10/9 vs. Tennessee: Totaled 83 kickoff return yards…recorded a 52-yard kickoff return in the first quarter, which marked the second longest kickoff return of his career…added a 10-yard rush…10/23 at Arizona: Saw action at WR and on special teams…registered seven receptions for 102 yards…marked first career 100-yard receiving game…added 47 punt return yards, including the fourth-longest punt return of his career (31)…10/30 vs. New England: Saw action at WR and on special teams…had a career-high nine receptions for 67 yards and one touchdown, the first receiving touchdown of his career…recorded his 50th career reception…11/6 vs. Baltimore: Registered a game-high 109 yards on five receptions, marking his second 100+ yard receiving game in the last three weeks…11/13 at Cincinnati: Made his first career start at WR and saw action on special teams…recorded a team-high 86 yards receiving on five receptions…registered 74 yards on a drive that resulted in a field goal that gave the Steelers a 17-10 lead…11/27 at Kansas City: Recorded a team-high 81 yards on four receptions…all four receptions went for first downs…12/4 vs. Cincinnati: Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his Week 12 performance…returned a punt 60 yards (a career-long) for a touchdown, the first of his career and the first for Pittsburgh in the regular season since Santonio Holmes returned a punt 65 yards for a score on Dec. 17, 2006…had a team-high 67 receiving yards on two receptions…12/8 vs. Cleveland: Started his second career game at WR…recorded his third 100-yard receiving game of the season with a career-high 151 yards on five receptions…registered a career-long 79-yard touchdown reception…the 151 receiving yards were the highest by a Steeler since WR Hines Ward totaled 159 yards vs. Cleveland on 10/18/09…marked the seventh consecutive game he led the Steelers in either receptions or receiving yards…12/19 at San Francisco: Finished with a team-high (tied) five receptions for 59 yards…12/24 vs. St. Louis: Registered 77 all-purpose yards, setting the single-season franchise record for all-purpose yards with 2,048, passing Barry Foster (2,034 in 1992)…surpassed 1,000 receiving yards (1,018) for the first time in his career…joined WR Mike Wallace as the fourth Steeler duo to register more than 1,000 receiving yards each in the same season since 2000 and the first since 2009…1/1 at Cleveland: Recorded a team-high six receptions for a team-best 90 yards…became the first player in NFL history with at least 1,000 yards receiving (1,108) and at least 1,000 return yards (1,062) in the same season…surpassed 1,100 receiving yards for the first time in his career, joining Wallace as the third Steeler duo since 1960 to each register at least 1,100 receiving yards in the same season…AFC Wild Card Game 1/8 at Denver: Had five catches for 70 yards…added an 18-yard rush in the second half.  

2010 (9-0/3-0): Played in nine games during the regular season at WR and on special teams...returned the opening kickoff 89 yards (following a handoff from RB Mewelde Moore) in his first NFL game, Week 2 at Tennessee...became the first Steelers’ rookie to return a kickoff for a touchdown since Antwaan Randle El in the 2002 season...finished first on the team with 110 punt return yards and second on the team with 397 kickoff return yards...had 16 receptions in the regular season for 167 yards...added two special teams tackles in the regular season...played in all three postseason contests at WR and on special teams...had five receptions for 90 yards, with a long of 58 yards...caught two key third-down passes from QB Ben Roethlisberger in the playoffs, the first being a 58-yard pass on the Steelers’ final drive against the Ravens in the AFC Divisional Game and the second being a 14-yard reception in the AFC Championship against the Jets that sealed the victory...led the team with 241 kickoff return yards in the postseason...9/19 at Tennessee: Made his NFL debut...returned the opening kickoff 89 yards (following a handoff from RB Mewelde Moore) for a touchdown...it was the first kickoff return for the Steelers since Allen Rossum during the 2007 season...became the first Steelers’ rookie to return a kickoff for a touchdown since Antwaan Randle El in the 2002 season...had a 21-yard punt return late in the first half...also had one special teams tackle...9/26 at Tampa Bay: Had one special teams tackle...10/3 vs. Baltimore: Caught his first career pass for six yards (from QB Charlie Batch) in the third quarter. Inactive for the next five games...11/21 vs. Oakland: Recorded a season-high seven punt returns for 66 yards, including a long of 20 yards...had one reception for 21 yards...11/28 at Buffalo: Was inactive due to a knee injury...12/5 at Baltimore: Played in his fifth career game at WR and on special teams...had three catches for 26 yards...had two punt returns for 11 yards...1/2 at Cleveland: Had a season-high four catches for a season-best 52 yards, including a season-long of 26 yards...AFC Divisional Game 1/15 vs. Baltimore: Saw action on special teams and at WR for the first postseason game of his career...caught a 58-yard pass on the Steelers’ final drive to set up the game-winning touchdown...finished with a game-high 75 yards receiving...returned four kickoffs for 85 yards...AFC Championship Game 1/23 vs. N.Y. Jets: Had three kickoff returns for 68 yards, including a 27-yarder in the fourth quarter...caught one pass for 14 yards in the fourth quarter, which sealed the victory...Super Bowl XLV 2/6 vs. Green Bay: Saw action at WR and on special teams...finished the game with one reception for one yard...added four punt returns for five yards and four kickoff returns for 88 yards.

COLLEGE: Antonio Brown ranks second in MAC history with 305 career receptions...CMU’s all-time leader in receptions...ranks second in school history in touchdown receptions (22) and third in receiving yards (3,199)...only player in school history with two 1,000-yard receiving seasons... also the only player with two 100-reception seasons...caught at least one pass in 41 consecutive games...accounted for touchdowns receiving, rushing, passing and on both a punt return and kickoff return during career. 2009: MAC Special Teams Player of the Year for the second consecutive season...All-MAC first team honoree as both a receiver and punt returner...2010 GMAC Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player...named CMU’s Special Teams Player of the Year...caught a school record 110 passes for 1,198 yards and nine touchdowns...twice named MAC West Division Special Teams Player of the Week...accounted for a season-high 248 all-purpose yards at Michigan State...caught 10 passes for 71 yards and a score and completed a 24-yard pass to Dan LeFevour against the Spartans...had four 100-yard receiving games...caught a season-high 13 passes for 129 yards and a touchdown against Toledo...made 11 catches for a regular season-high 170 yards, including an 82-yard touchdown, at Ball State...caught 13 passes for 178 yards, rushed for a touchdown, returned a kickoff 95 yards for a score and finished with 403 all-purpose yards in GMAC Bowl vs. Troy. 2008: MAC Special Teams Player of the Year...All-MAC first-team receiver, kick returner and punt returner...led the nation in punt return yardage (20.5 avg.)...ranked fourth nationally in all-purpose yardage (178.1 ypg)... caught at least 10 passes in four different games and posted a trio of 100-yard receiving efforts...93 receptions are second most in a season in school history...named MAC West Division Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a punt 75 yards for a score at Ohiohauled in a career-long 93-yard catch at Eastern Michigan and finished with 313 all-purpose yards...selected as CMU’s offensive and special teams player of the year...All-America first-team punt returner by collegefootballnews.com. 2007: MAC Freshman of the Year...All-MAC first team kick return specialist and All-MAC second team receiver...Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America...Scout.com Freshman All-America first team as a kick returner...Rivals.com Freshman All-America second team as a kick returner...Sporting News Freshman All-America second team as a receiver...also earned Freshman All-America honors from collegesportsreport.com (all-purpose) and collegefootballnews.com (first team kick returner)...caught a school-record 102 passes...reception total was second-highest by a freshman in NCAA Bowl Subdivision history (Michael Crabtree, Texas Tech)...set Bowl Subdivision freshman record with 2,267 all-purpose yards...set CMU single-game record with 15 receptions at Akron...caught a touchdown pass in six different games...eclipsed 100 receiving yards in a game twice...MAC West Division Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown against Northern Illinois.

PERSONAL: Antonio Brown spent a prep year in 2006 at North Carolina Tech...ran for 451 yards and 13 touchdowns and threw for 1,247 yards and 11 scores in just five games...two-sport athlete at Norland High School (Miami, Fla.)...two-time Class 6A all-state selection...two-time state qualifier in the 100 meters...named North Athlete of the Year at 2005 Miami-Dade Gridiron Classic…has one son, Antonio Jr. and one daughter, Antanyiah…younger brother Desmond plays running back for the University of Pittsburgh...son of Adrianne Moss and Eddie Brown...Full name: Antonio Brown.

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