Antonio Brown back to practice

AP

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has had three weeks to recover from the calf injury he suffered against the Patriots on December 17 and that was ample time for him to get well enough to return to practice on Monday.

Brown went through a practice session with his teammates for the first time since the injury. The Steelers won’t release a participation report for Monday’s practice, but there was some evidence of how Brown was moving around over the weekend.

Brown posted video of himself working out with former NFL receiver Chad Johnson and looked like he was moving well in the admittedly brief glimpse of on-field action.

The Steelers will not practice Tuesday and will return to work on Wednesday as they prepare to face the Jaguars on Sunday.

6 responses to “Antonio Brown back to practice

  1. I think a lot of people are already looking at Steelers v Patriots. But Pittsburgh has to get by Jacksonville first. The Steelers are better now than in week 5. But the J’ville defense is legit.

  2. Bortles has to play better if they want to beat Pittsburgh again. And Chad Ocho thinks he is a miracle doctor and can heal Borown’s calf up ??? I would be surprised if Brown even makes it till Halftime. Jags D coming and Looking to Hunt down Big Ben once again … GO JAGS !!!

  3. Kills me how many bandwagon Jags fans think they’re gonna blow right by the Steelers. Week 5 was 3+ months ago. The Steelers are not the same team they were then & it won’t be the same this time around.

  4. walker1191 says:
    January 8, 2018 at 3:03 pm

    “I’m sure Coughlin is really worried about this one.”

    If he ISN’T “worried” or concerned then he is crazy. Did he get fired during the week and now have no stake in the results?

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