Hoping to give some worthy teens a jump on the dangers of concussions in football, Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown took the entire Clairton High School football team in Pennsylvania to an early screening of Will Smith’s "Concussion" movie.
According to TMZ via Clairton head coach Wayne Wade, Brown organized a bus to take the players to a nearby theater and treated the kids to a night at the movies.
“A couple of years ago he paid for the whole team to go to Dave N Busters after the season.”
“He loves the whole small town, small team, small program thing. We are the winningest program in Pennsylvania, piled up 66 wins in a row (Pennsylvania record), won state championships.”
Kudos to Brown for being a mentor, but he’s a front-runner for choosing one of the top high schools in this state.