Antonio Brown travels, but status for Monday still unknown

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The good news, for now, is that Steelers receiver Antonio Brown made the trip from Pittsburgh to Cincinnati in advance of Monday night’s game against the Bengals. The bad news (or no news) is that Brown’s status for the AFC North battle hasn’t been determined, yet.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, a decision on Brown’s availability won’t be made until Monday.

Brown injured the toe last Sunday night against the Packers. He missed practice on Friday and Saturday due to the injury.

5 responses to “Antonio Brown travels, but status for Monday still unknown

  1. I’m sure that Pittsburgh will wait until the last possible minute to make the decision, which is just standard procedure these days. Just as I’m sure Cincinnati will prepare like he’s going to play.

    Normally this would be the classic trap game for the Steelers, but I think any division game between Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and/or Baltimore is going to be a tough game no matter what. None of them like each other. At all.

    Go Steelers!

  2. ^ Here is the truth: Tomlin has obviously been very successful as a coach, but he’s not as good at cheating as Belichick, and this includes falsified and/or misleading injury reports. Bless his heart.

  3. notwhoyouthinkitis says:

    December 3, 2017 at 8:30 pm

    ^Here is a clue: Tomlin doesn’t play fake games like Belichick whether or not Brown plays. Because it is truly juvenile.
    Yeah, he just trips opponents on the damn field!

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