PHOTO: Steelers DE Brett Keisel drove a dump truck to training camp
Brett Kiesel arrived at Steelers training camp in style on Friday. That is, if you're definition of style is driving a giant, yellow dump truck.
It's not often you see an NFL player drive a dump truck to training camp. Actually, it's not often you see an NFL player drive a dump truck anywhere -- ever, unless that NFL player is Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel.
Keisel rolled into training camp on Friday driving what appeared to be a Tonka truck on steroids. Lots of steroids. Several members of the media were on hand to catch Keisel's arrival at Saint Vincent College, including Associated Press writer Will Graves, who tweeted out the picture below.
That lovely close-up view of Kiesel's dump truck at the top of the page came from the Instagram account of Saint Vincent College, a school that maybe should be worried because it looks like Keisel's plan is tear down the college brick-by-brick and transport the raw materials back to his house in his giant, yellow dump truck.
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