Antonio Brown pleads guilty to reckless driving
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Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown appeared at a Pittsburgh courthouse Tuesday to plead guilty to driving at unsafe speeds, Sports Illustrated's Jenna West reports.

Brown will pay a fine and have two points added to his driving record rather than have his driver's license suspended, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Paula Reed Ward.

The 30-year-old receiver, then a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, was stopped in November after driving his Porsche at more than 110 mph before a game against the Carolina Panthers. He was found guilty of reckless driving in February.

Antonio Brown pleads guilty to reckless driving
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