Steelers Vs. Rams: Antonio Brown Sets Steelers All-Purpose Yards Record

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown set a new franchise record with 2,048 all-purpose yards on the season in the team's win over the St. Louis Rams Saturday.

He breaks the previous record held by Barry Foster, who set it during the Steelers' 1992 season (2,034).

On the year, Brown has 63 receptions for 1,018 yards as well as 669 yards on kick returns and 320 yards on punt returns.

Brown is in his second season in the NFL out of Central Michigan where he was a two-time All-American punt returner and two-time MAC special teams player of the year. On December 4th, Brown returned his first punt return for a touchdown against the Bengals, and was also named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.

Brown had 16 receptions for 167 yards in his rookie season last year and has two career TD receptions.

For more on the Steelers, visit Behind The Steel Curtain. For more on the Rams, visit Turf Show Times.

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