Though there are lingering concerns about Antonio Brown’s calf holding up in the cold weather, the Steelers’ All-Pro receiver is expected to be active for Sunday’s home playoff game against the Jaguars, a source told ESPN.
The Steelers, after being shredded by running back Leonard Fournette in the regular-season loss to the Jaguars, will be doing their damnedest to stop him on Sunday. Specifically, it would operate as an engraved invitation to Blake Bortles to beat the Steelers with his arm. Steelers fans definitely do.
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 […]
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. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin expects Brown to return to the lineup against the Jaguars.
Receiver Antonio Brown returned to practice on Saturday after going home on Friday with an illness. Brown remains on the injury report as questionable with both an illness and the calf, a source told PFT on Friday night that Brown remains a game-time decision due to lingering problems with the injured calf. Last year, the […]
Since 2012, 13 teams have faced an foe in the playoffs that they lost to by 20-plus points in the regular season. Only the 2014 Ravens won the rematch.
NFL Network's Charley Casserly gives his keys to a Pittsburgh Steelers win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Antonio Brown was sent home from Steelers practice Friday, but it wasn't because of the calf injury he's been nursing for the past four weeks. Brown was a full practice participant all week, but coach Mike Tomlin said Brown fell ill Friday. On their official injury report released late Friday afternoon, the Steelers listed Brown […]
NFL Network's Brian Billick breaks down how the Jacksonville Jaguars ran all over the Pittsburgh Steelers in their matchup earlier this season.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, who suffered a partially torn calf muscle about a month ago, is expected to play in the AFC divisional game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Antonio Brown’s calf is good to go. His immune system? Not so much. The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver was sent home from practice Friday with an illness, coach Mike Tomlin told reporters.
Ben Roethlisberger is putting thoughts of his future to one side as he prepares to lead the Pittsburgh Steelers into an NFL playoff battle against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The 35-year-old quarterback could conceivably be making his farewell appearance at Heinz Field in the AFC divisional round contest, with a likely trip to the […]