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Brown returns to Steelers vs. Jaguars

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will play on Sunday. He will give it a go against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Divisional Round game at Heinz Field.

Brown has been dealing with a calf injury for almost a month. He was injured against the New England Patriots on December 17th, 2017.

The Steelers would be able to find out early on if he’s at full strength or will be limited. If he will be limited, then expected a lot more production out of the other receivers.

He practiced with the team on Wednesday and Thursday. However, he was sent home on Friday due to an illness.

Brown is considered the best wide receiver in the league when he is healthy. Through 14 games this season, he had 1,533, as the league’s leading receiver.

These two teams will be battling for an AFC Championship appearance next Sunday. The winner, either the Steelers or the Jaguars, will face the New England Patriots.

If it is the Steelers, they would face the Patriots in the AFC Championship game the past two seasons.


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