Antonio Brown no-shows trial, fined $400 for November speeding incident

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Antonio Brown didn't show up to court Tuesday morning.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has reportedly been found guilty in his reckless driving case, stemming from an incident in November when cops say Brown's Porsche was going over 100 miles per hour through a 45 miles per hour zone in Ross Township, Pennsylvania.

The Steelers' star had six catches for 96 yards and a touchdown in the Steelers 52-21 win. Brown was pulled over, identified and cited for reckless driving. He declined comment when approached after that game, and on his way out of the locker room, he told teammates reporters couldn't catch him.

This is the least of Brown's legal troubles at the moment.

According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, Brown still wants to be traded and the Steelers are hoping to formally begin trade talks at the NFL Combine, which kicks off on February 26.

In October, Brown faced two lawsuits from an April incident during which Brown allegedly yelled at security and threw items off an apartment balcony, according to documents obtained by ESPN. Both cases are in the process of being resolved, according to ESPN. If the Steelers end up trading Brown, that means there will be one less team out there looking for a wide receiver when free agency begins.

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