Antonio Brown continued to cement himself in Steelers' history today.
The Pittsburgh Steelers' wide receiver extended his team's lead on Sunday against the New York Giants, by catching a beautiful touchdown in the back of the endzone.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger escaped pressure from the pocket and threw a strike to Brown, who made an incredible catch in double coverage.
The touchdown is the 54th of his career for Brown, who passed Steelers' legend Lynn Swann for the fifth most career touchdowns in franchise history. Swann was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2001, and was an essential part of the Steelers' four Super Bowl titles during the 70's.
A seven-year veteran, Brown is also third all-time in franchise history in catches, yards, and touchdowns. He also has the top-three most prolific receiving seasons in franchise history to his credit.
Here is the historic TD grab:
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