Lions’ Amon-Ra St. Brown attends 1st Kentucky Derby, nails hat and outfit

Fresh off his getting a massive four-year, $120.01 million contract recently, Detroit Lions wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown decided to attend the Kentucky Derby, which was the first one he’s ever been to.

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St. Brown checked-in from the event on social media with a video where he talked about his experience while also showing off his fresh fit that did not disappoint.

“What’s up, it’s your boy Amon-Ra St. Brown from the Detroit Lions,” he said. “I’m at the Kentucky Derby, the 150th anniversary. My first time, I don’t really know what to expect, but I’m here to have a good time. I might bet on Fierceness, I might not, we’ll see. But, it’s go time, baby.”

When it comes to attending the Kentucky Derby, we all know hats are a huge thing. The Lions wide receiver absolutely nailed it, and the rest of his attire was on point, also.

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We’re not sure if St. Brown ended up betting the horse he mentioned in the video, but if he did he didn’t have a good day, as Fierceness finished 15th. Mystik Dan was the winner of the 150th Kentucky Derby.

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