Raiders WR Antonio Brown bids farewell to murals at Pittsburgh home
Antonio Brown is finishing his final attempt to say farewell to anything from his Pittsburgh days.
This week, the Oakland Raiders receiver made one last trip to Pittsburgh, as revealed by his Instagram account. He was in town to deal with a speeding ticket from last fall, but decided to make a few more stops while he was there.
Brown also posted a series of videos on his Instagram stories later in the day, showing him in what appeared to be the basement of his house. He had several murals decorating the walls there, and walked around to each to say his goodbyes.
Among the athletes shown were Floyd Mayweather, Kimbo Slice, Jerry Rice, LeBron James, and Randy Moss. Brown also has a mural of himself in Steelers gear, though that particular one didn’t draw much interest.
Antonio Brown spent the day saying goodbye to his murals in Pittsburgh pic.twitter.com/OrdVN9hhx8
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Brown can now focus on his first season with the Raiders.
Since signing with Oakland, Brown has been posting videos on Instagram and YouTube showcasing the extra work that he puts in during the offseason to get his body right for the coming year.
Even with the drama in Pittsburgh last season, Brown still produced like a top receiver in the league. He caught 104 balls for 1,297 yards and 15 touchdowns. His current quarterback, Derek Carr, is coming off a down year with the Raiders in 2018.
Brown should continue to produce at an elite level while helping Carr to regain some of his lost luster this season.