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The Latest: Jaguars lead Steelers 35-28 in 4th quarter

Antonio Brown caught a 43-yard TD pass from Ben Roethlisberger with 9:05 left to bring Pittsburgh within 35-28 of Jacksonville.        

Steelers star Antonio Brown active against Jaguars

Antonio Brown is good to go against the Jacksonville Jaguars        

Antonio Brown active for Steelers vs. Jaguars

The star WR will be available for the first time since suffering a calf injury in Week 15.        

Antonio Brown active against Jaguars

The Steelers will have wide receiver Antonio Brown in the lineup against the Jaguars on Sunday. Brown missed the last two games of the regular season and missed Friday’s practice with an illness before being listed as questionable on the team’s final injury report of the week. It remains to be seen how close to [more]

Antonio Brown is officially back against the Jaguars

Brown suffered a partially torn calf in Week 15, and he’s ready to go against the Jaguars in the Divisional Round. Antonio Brown hasn't played since being sidelined with a calf injury in Week 15, and the Pittsburgh Steelers hoped he would be ready for the postseason. Show More Summary

Antonio Brown remains a game-time decision

The illness is gone, the calf problem remains. As Steelers receiver Antonio Brown prepares to make his return, four weeks to the day after a partially torn lower-leg muscle landed him in a local hospital, Brown remains a game-time decision, a source with knowledge of the situation reiterated to PFT on Sunday morning. PFT reported [more]

Antonio Brown participates in walkthrough, but remains on injury report

Good news, Steelers fans. Receiver Antonio Brown returned to practice on Saturday after going home on Friday with an illness. That’s the word from Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Media, who reports that Brown participated in the walk-through. A couple of unnamed teammates told Kinkhabwala that Brown “looked fully healthy.” But it’s one thing to be [more]

Antonio Brown reportedly a ‘game-time decision,’ although Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says he’ll play

There are conflicting reports about the readiness of Antonio Brown. Antonio Brown hasn’t been on the field since he suffered a calf injury in Week 15, but the hope for the Pittsburgh Steelers was that the wide receiver would be backShow More Summary

Source: Antonio Brown expected to be game-time decision

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is expected to be a game-time decision, a source told PFT, as Brown’s calf injury remains an issue. The Steelers listed Brown as questionable in their Friday status report, though coach Mike Tomlin said he didn’t “have a lot of reservations about him from a physical health standpoint.” Brown injured [more]

Illness leads Antonio Brown to early exit at Steelers practice

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin sent the sick star wide receiver, who is questionable for Sunday's game, home on Friday.        

Steelers' Brown sent home sick, questionable for Sunday

Although he says Antonio Brown's calf is fine, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin sent the All Pro receiver home sick and Brown is questionable for Sunday's playoff game vs. Jaguars        

Steelers officially list Antonio Brown as questionable

The good news is the Steelers have only one player on their status report for Sunday. The bad news is that one player is star wide receiver Antonio Brown. Brown was sent home Friday with an illness, but he appears to have worked his way back from the calf injury that kept him sidelined most [more]

Antonio Brown goes home sick on Friday

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown‘s calf kept him out of the final two regular season games of the year, but it was another health issue that led to an early exit from the team’s facility on Friday. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said that Brown was sent home because of an illness that the team wanted [more]

Le’Veon Bell wonders how long the Killer Bs will be together

The good news is, the Steelers have a healthy Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger together for the playoffs. The bad news is, no one knows how long that will last, in the short term or the long. With Bell set for another year of free agency after playing out his franchise tag and [more]

'It doesn't look like he's missed time' - Steelers teammates say Antonio Brown is ready

Four weeks after his partially torn calf muscle, Antonio Brown should be ready to go for Pittsburgh against Jacksonville.

Will Antonio Brown be a decoy on Sunday?

It will be four weeks on Sunday since Steelers receiver Antonio Brown suffered a partially torn calf muscle that landed him at a local hospital (possibly to monitor him for the development of compartment syndrome). Reports consistently have indicated that he’ll be available to play during the playoffs. The question is whether he’ll actually play. [more]

Antonio Brown on his availability this week: “It’s the playoffs. You got to do whatever it takes”

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was back at practice Monday for the first time since injuring his calf against the New England Patriots in Week 15. With a Divisional Round playoff matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars upcoming on Sunday, Brown is hopeful he’ll be ready to play. “It’s the playoffs. You got to do whatever [more]

Brown nears return as Steelers get set for rematch with Jags

Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown is nearing a return from a left calf injury that forced him to miss the final two games of the regular season        

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