Antonio Brown says he’ll be fine after taking a knee in the quad

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Steelers receiver Antonio Brown spent some time on the sidelines during Sunday’s loss to the Patriots, with a leg injury. After the game, Brown explained why he was absent.

He took a knee to the quad from a Patriots defender.

Brown added that he expects to be able to play in two weeks, when the Steelers emerge from their bye week.

For the game, Brown caught seven passes for 106 yards. It wasn’t enough to keep the Steelers from limping into the bye week at 4-3.

6 responses to “Antonio Brown says he’ll be fine after taking a knee in the quad

  1. Don’t worry Antonio, I’m sure my Ravens will find a way to let you guys win the game in 2 weeks.


  2. I took a knee to the quad at full speed. Man that is painfull, he will be fine for the Ravens.

    Guitar Kevin, I would not be to sure about that. But If your Ravens lose to the Steelers, I am sure the Browns will beat the Steelers in one of the games. Tomlin can not coach this team up to sweep the division, let alone win 13 + games. Here they are, just one game up on the Ravens who have lost 4 in a row and the Bengals who had a three game losing streak. Pathetic, I don’t see them doing any better then 9-7. They have the personnel to dominate the AFC but Tomlin once again has shown that he is a good rah rah guy, but lacks coaching ability. Only if the Steelers were to win out would I respect Tomlin as a coach.

  3. @ fifel1144,
    We both share the same sentiment in our head coaches.

    I can’t believe the AFC North has the worst overall record in the NFL right now.

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