Antonio Brown

#84 WR / Pittsburgh Steelers / EXP: 6YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 181 lb Age: 27 College: Central Michigan Bye 11,20,21

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Inactive on Sunday

    Brown (concussion) was inactive for the Steelers' game against the Broncos on Sunday. The Pittsburgh offense struggled without Brown, who followed his stellar 2014 season with an even better 2015 campaign. This season, Brown caught 136 of 195 targets for 1,834 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also ran for 28 yards on three carries and added 212 yards and a touchdown on 22 punt returns. Brown, who will be 28 when camp opens for the 2016 season, is well on his way to rewriting the NFL record book. He is the first player in NFL history with consecutive 125 catch seasons, and his 265 receptions are the most in any two consecutive seasons in NFL history. Since 2013, Brown has 375 receptions, the most in any three consecutive seasons in NFL history and, in 2015 he surpassed his own team record for receptions in a single season, and surpassed his own Steelers record for receiving yards in a single season. He has started 36 consecutive regular season games, the third longest active consecutive games started streak among NFL wide receivers, and has registered at least one reception in 84 consecutive regular season games dating back to October 2010.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Ruled out for Divisional Round

    Brown (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Broncos, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Brown thought early in the week that he would be able to play against the Broncos, but he did not show the needed improvement and remains in the league's concussion protocol, so he will not be available for Sunday's game. Markus Wheaton figures to step into Brown's starting receiver spot across from Martavis Bryant.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Misses another practice Thursday

    Brown (concussion) did not practice again on Thursday, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Brown remains in the NFL's concussion protocol, and his status for Sunday's game against the Broncos is thus cloudy, though a return to the field -- in any capacity Friday -- could boost the wideout's chances of being available this weekend.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Misses practice Wednesday

    Brown (concussion) did not practice Wednesday. Per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers are hopeful that Brown -- who remains in the NFL's concussion protocol -- will be able to play Sunday against the Broncos, but such an outcome is far from a lock. According to coach Mike Tomlin, "we respect the protocol...we are going to adhere to it and follow it to the letter. He is going to participate fully in it. We will see where it leads us. Obviously, we are hopeful, but we are always hopeful. We are going to do what is right when it's said and done."

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    Report: Steelers WR Antonio Brown trending to not playing Sunday

    Brown (concussion) isn't "looking good" to play Sunday's divisional-round game at Denver, Bob Holtzman of ESPN reports. Brown was one of Vontaze Burfict's victims Saturday, taking a hit to the head on the Steelers' game-winning drive at Cincinnati. Quickly diagnosed with a concussion, Brown was reported to be in good spirits afterward, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette even said Sunday that he's "fine" and should be available in the second round. Significant concussion symptoms can notoriously emerge well after the fact, which appears to be the case with Brown, but his status will nonetheless be monitored closely as the week unfolds.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Should play Sunday

    Brown (concussion) should be able to play in Sunday's playoff game against the Broncos, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Brown was removed late in Saturday's win over the Bengals after taking a hit to the head, which put him in the league's concussion protocol. Fortunately, Brown reportedly appears to be fine as the Steelers begin preparations this week, a development that bodes well for his status. While Brown's progress should still be tracked in the coming days, early indications look positive.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Leads team with 119 receiving yards on Saturday

    Brown caught 7-of-12 targets for 119 yards Saturday in the Steelers' win over the Bengals. The weather made things difficult for both teams offensively, but Brown (concussion) seemed least effected, turning in another strong effort before exiting the game after a vicious hit to the head by Cincinnati linebacker Vontaze Burfict. Brown will have to complete the league's concussion protocol if he is to play against Denver in the divisional playoff game in Week 19.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Suffers concussion

    Brown suffered a concussion during Saturday's win over the Bengals, according to Jason Mackey of DK Pittsburgh Sports. Brown was laid out by Cincinnati's Vontaze Burfict, whose shoulder-to-helmet hit resulted in a penalty and set up the Steelers for a game-winning field goal.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Racks up 187 yards against Cleveland

    Brown nabbed 13 catches off of 17 targets for 187 yards and a score in Sunday's win over Cleveland. Sunday was Brown's ninth consecutive game with at least 10 targets and his ninth game of the season topping the century mark in yards. He finished the season tied with Julio Jones for the league leader in receptions. On the surface, Brown and the Steelers will have a tough matchup Wild Card Weekend against Cincinnati, Denver or Kansas City, but the star receiver has played very well against the threesome. In four games, Brown averaged nine receptions and 112 off of 12 targets with three total touchdowns against Pittsburgh's potential opponents.

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    Steelers' Antonio Brown: Disappointing production in loss to Ravens

    Brown caught seven of 11 targets for just 61 yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens. Just a week after a monster performance against the stingy Broncos defense, the All-Pro couldn't deliver versus the vulnerable Ravens secondary, posting his second lowest yardage total in a game that Ben Roethlisberger has started this season. Despite the disappointing showing by his lofty standards, Brown still led the Steelers in all major receiving categories and should be able to bounce back next week, as they scrap for a playoff spot on the road versus the Browns.

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