WATCH: Antonio Brown catches ball from drone, sets world record
Don't worry, Ben Roethlisberger. Your job is probably still safe.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown led the NFL with 129 catches last season, but he came up a bit short of the NFL single-season record of 143, set by Marvin Harrison of the Colts back in 2002.
Oh, well. He'll just have to settle for a world record instead. With the help of ESPN's Sports Science (you can watch the full video in that link), Brown set the world record for catching a ball from the highest point ever (360 feet).
The Sports Science crew used a drone to drop the football to Brown, who hauled it in while it was reportedly traveling over 80 miles per hour.
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