Relax, AB Can Arrive To Camp However He Wants

Helicopters don't lessen Super Bowl chances

Matt Koll
July 26, 2018 - 11:06 am

Josh Rowntree

PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan)- Antonio Brown is no stranger to flashy entrances to training camp. Neither are the Steelers. 

Last year, Brown showed up in a Rolls Royce convertible complete with a chauffeur and James Harrison showed up driving a fire truck (boy, he really hated that "lack of discipline" didn't he?). Going back even further, in 2012 Brett Keisel arrived to camp in his new tractor with his luggage in the front bucket.

The Fan Morning Show talked about AB's arrival to camp Wednesday in a helicopter with some of his family members and had absolutely no problem with it. Colin Dunlap said that this is just who AB is and that he isn't hurting anyone by doing it. He's flashy, generally not very self aware, but he's not hurting his team or teammates. Outside of his one screw-up with Facebook Live, Brown hasn't gotten himself in any trouble off the field, works extremely hard and is the best in the league at his position.

Jim Colony doesn't see a problem with the entrance either and embraces Brown's showy nature. As long as he shows up on time and ready to get to work, he can arrive to camp however he wants. 

Not everyone has to be Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. There are other ways to operate. The Steelers didn't lose to Jacksonville 45-42 in the playoffs because they showed up to camp in non-traditional ways. 

Camp arrivals can be fun and are nothing to get bent out of shape about.  

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