Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown showed some serious team spirit when he reported for training camp on Thursday in a star-studded Rolls Royce Wraith. The $300,000 suicide door-equipped coupe sports a custom black and yellow wrap with a galactic theme that incorporates a stylized version of the Steelers' three-diamond logo. Like all Rollers, the Wraith also features a Starlight Headliner with hundreds of LED lights that mimic the night sky. The car blew up the internet, and caught the eye of rival NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who offered bet a Porsche 911 GT3 against the Wraith that he’d have more yards this season than Brown. Brown told TMZ, “if he really serious, call me,”
No one should be surprised that the New York Jets and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick eventually came to a deal, even with all the reports of Fitz moving out of his apartment, the Jets really not hating Geno Smith and all the rest. The initial offer to Fitzpatrick was three years, $24 million with $15 million guaranteed. For one, he let the Jets blink first.