Steelers Antonio Brown treats Clairton football team to 'Concussion' screening

Written by Edgar Ramirez on .

The Clairton High School football team got quite the movie experience Tuesday night.

Not only did the WPIAL Class A champions get to see an early screening of the Pittsburgh-filmed "Concussion," but they were treated by none other than Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown.


Brown tweeted out the plans on Tuesday.

Brown — who Tuesday night was named into his fourth Pro Bowl — has done something similar in the past, taking the team to Dave & Buster's back in 2013.

"It's always good to touch base with the community and give back to those people that are doing good things," Brown said then. "Show them that we're watching, rooting for them and bring them out to have a great day like this."

Some Clairton players took to social media to express their gratitude.




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