NFL quarterbacks have been and always will be the most recognizable players in the league. In fact, as a direct result, everyone from casual fans to NFL diehards are now paying closer attention to offensive statistics than ever before. With training camps opening all around the league, the oddsmakers for the sportsbooks in Las Vegas have started updating their odds on which teams and which players they believe will experience the best, most successful seasons this fall.
It looks like someone from Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s crew decided they weren’t interested in walking in the rain. According to this pic posted to Twitter Thursday evening, someone parked Brown’s cosmic customized Rolls Royce Wraith, the one Brown was in when he arrived at Saint Vincent College Thursday, to Dino’s Sports Lounge in Latrobe, Pa., and chose to park in a handicapped parking spot. The bad news is that it’s pretty bad form to take the most recognizable car in Pennsylvania and put it in a handicapped parking spot if they weren’t legal to use it. Especially when the entire city has been overrun with rabid Steelers fans fully equipped with cameras and immediate access to social media.