Steelers’ Antonio Brown was told to stay in the locker room if he intended to come out with the custom cleats he had last week painted with his children’s faces, but he’ has yet another plan for the Kansas City Chiefs game Sunday night.
The WR will memorialize the great Arnold Palmer, who died Sunday with these awesome custom hand-painted cleats.
Sunday night vibes ! The KING !! ?? pic.twitter.com/MxZe9QzAZn
— Antonio Brown (@AntonioBrown) September 30, 2016
Palmer, who was born and grew up in Latrobe, PA was visited by Brown earlier this year.
“A guy like Arnold, his legacy and what he meant not only to the world, but to Latrobe, to Pennsylvania, his legacy will live on,” Brown said. “An inspiring guy. I’m glad I got a moment to share with him.”
“Every week, I’m going to try to keep some motivation or put a picture of somebody that means the most to me or inspires me to keep me encouraged,” Brown said. “I’m definitely going to follow the rules in regards to sticking to the team color.”
Brown noted Friday that he had not yet received a fine for the blue cleats from last week, but was slapped with a fine Week 1 for twerking after a touchdown.