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Antonio Brown's Customized Rolls Royce Is Steelers-Themed

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is known for flash and excitement on the field, and it looks like he carries those traits over to the cars he drives.

For the second year in a row, Brown unveiled a star-studded, Steelers-themed customized Rolls Royce, which he's expected to be driving when he arrives in Latrobe, Pa. Thursday for start of the team's training camp.

Brown also rolled out a solid gold Rolls Royce in February, complete with "Business is Boomin'" displayed in large letters. His new ride features a silhouette of himself and his number 84 on the side, plus graphics that resemble a solar system and the side of a Steelers helmet.

It's pretty sweet, and will easily be the most recognizable car on the road.

Antonio Brown knows how to ride in style.

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">@AntonioBrown84’s custom @Rollsroycecsrsna #StarsOnStarshttps://t.co/a0qGOkRi6npic.twitter.com/uAi9ajIfTz

— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson)

Couple more shots of @AntonioBrown84’s custom @Rollsroycecsrsna #StarsOnStarshttps://t.co/a0qGOkRi6npic.twitter.com/uAi9ajIfTz

— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) July 28, 2016

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Brown backed up his gaudy choice of vehicle last year with a monster 2015 season, hauling in 136 passes for 1,834 yards and 10 touchdowns. The Steelers, who finished 10-6 in 2015, winning a Wild Card berth and a playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals, are hoping he can do the same this fall.

With running back Le'Veon Bell scheduled to serve a four-game suspension to start the season, Pittsburgh will rely even more heavily on its passing game, led by Brown and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

The Steelers are viewed by many as favorites in the AFC North, and some outlets have earmarked the team as a potential Super Bowl pick. Pittsburgh opens up pre-season play on Friday, Aug. 12 against the Detroit Lions at Heinz Field.