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  • First Call: Antonio Brown’s gaudy new jewelry; JuJu goes to London

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    In Wednesday’s “First Call,” the latest major jewelry purchase by Antonio Brown is hilarious. JuJu Smith-Schuster goes to London. Myles Garrett shows us why he is a beast.

    The former Steelers wideout purchased a $250,000 necklace. According to TMZ, the new Oakland Raider wanted a custom bee pendant with butterfly wings wearing a No. 84 jersey to make the mutual dedication.

    TMZ says 65 carats are on the chain and 50 carats on the pendent. This will match nicely with his G.O.A.T rings.

    Let’s just hope that Brown guards his jewels better than old buddy Le’Veon Bell apparently did recently.

    The Steelers Pro Bowler is in London to promote the NFL Academy as an official NFL Academy ambassador.

    JuJu at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium today! JuJu is in London to promote the NFL Academy as an official NFL Academy ambassador. (Via JuJu’s IG) #Steelers pic.twitter.com/kIukpvaNiK

    It’s LITTY in London · · @TeamJuJu is taking over London to promote the @NFLAcademy as an official #NFLAcademy ambassador. Today, he visited @tottenhamhotspurstadium

    JuJu Smith-Schuster getting a group of young ballers HYPED in London! @TeamJuJu @NFLUK@NFLAcademy#OnlyInTheNFL#NFLAcademy #Steelers pic.twitter.com/8JECvcukiC

    Andy Benoit and Gary Gramling had Dallas guard Zack Martin in the top spot and Green Bay tackle David Bakhtiari at No. 2.

    Philadelphia’s Jason Kelce and Dallas’ Travis Frederick were the other centers besides Pouncey. Quentin Nelson of the Colts was the only other AFC guard besides DeCastro.

    If I tried this there’s an 80% chance I’d rip both arms completely off my body. pic.twitter.com/F96r6gDWxs

    The Dutch have won their five games by a combined score of 10-3. Sweden lost to the Americans, 2-0, earlier in the tournament. But they beat Thailand, China, Canada and Germany by a 10-2 aggregate score.

    Tim Benz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tim at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless specified otherwise.

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    Post time: Jul-04-2019
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