Mike Tomlin expects Antonio Brown to play vs. Jacksonville Jaguars


He did not play in the final two games of the regular season and returned to practice just this week. His immune system? Not so much.

I have a very hard time believe that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown won't play in the Divisional Round Playoff game against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

The star receiver was not at practice Friday - typically a sign of a Steeler's eventual absence from the game day lineup under Tomlin - but Tomlin explained that Brown was sent home with an illness.

But, he's officially listed as questionable on the injury report and has missed the last couple of weeks.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars are about as healthy as they could have hoped heading into the divisional round of the AFC playoffs. "I'm glad I'm able to be on my feet today talking to you guys". "We do need to get him well from an illness standpoint".

Posluszny and Smith (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.

Brown set an National Football League record with 100-plus receptions in five consecutive seasons, including 101 this season. Brown, however, was expected to be back at the team's practice facility on Saturday, according to head coach Mike Tomlin, and it appears that has happened.