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Steelers' Antonio Brown kung-fu kicks Browns punter in face on kick return

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Antonio Brown already has one touchdown to his name with the Pittsburgh Steelers' season opener against the Cleveland Browns edging toward the end of the second quarter.

But it was his unorthodox kick return that has got fans talking.

As with any kick return, Antonio Brown was searching for gaps in the Browns defense as he brought the ball up from the 10m meter line.

And having weaved his way past a number of challenges, Brown found himself staring down Cleveland punter Spencer Lanning.

Not the most worrying of prospect for the talented wide receiver you might have thought.

Well Antonio Brown wasn't taking any chances - aiming a kung-fu style kick at the hapless punter as he made his way over the top, rather than around, Lanning.

You can see the crazy move for yourself via this link.

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As you might expect the play led to a flag from officials - with the Steelers handed a 15-yard penalty on Brown's 36-yard kick return.

But insult was soon added to potential injury for the Cleveland Browns as the Steelers and Brown moved it in for a touchdown on the very next series.

With the game approaching half-time the Pittsburgh Steelers lead the Cleveland Browns - minus Johnny Manziel to date - 24-3.

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