All signs point to Steelers’ Brown playing

All signs point to Steelers' Brown playing

The standing of Pittsburgh Steelers large receiver Antonio Brown for Sunday’s playoff sport towards the Jacksonville Jaguars stays unsure, however issues seemed a little bit brighter for him Saturday.

Brown returned to follow Saturday after leaving follow Friday with an sickness. Saturday’s follow consisted solely of a walk-through, although, so that’s not proof that he can play in a sport.

Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Media stated that some unnamed teammates instructed him that Brown “seemed absolutely wholesome.”

The Steelers nonetheless record Brown as questionable for the sport, and Professional Soccer Speak reported Friday that Brown can be a game-day determination. Nonetheless, coach Mike Tomlin instructed reporters he anticipated Brown to play.

Apparently it’s the lingering issues with the injured calf that would hold Brown on the sidelines and never the flu-like signs that saved him out of Friday’s follow.

Brown, a first-team All-Professional choice, caught 10 passes for 157 yards for the Steelers when Pittsburgh misplaced to the Jaguars 30-9 on Oct. eight. He led the NFL with 1,533 yards this season.