After his 2015 campaign, Brown now has his sights on setting a new single-season record for catches.
The only player in his way — Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison, the former Indianapolis Colt star who went for 143 receptions in 2002.
The 2011 season was a tough one for Ward, who has slowed down in his mid-30s and isn’t the same player he once was.
But Ward called the way his career ended the right way — starting as a Steelers rookie, becoming a Steelers star and going out as a Steeler until he couldn’t play anymore.
In 2013 Brown caught 110 passes, he broke that record with 129 catches in 2014 and proceeded to break that record with 136 catches in 2015.