Steelers reportedly concerned about cold weather impacting Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown still sounds poised to play on Sunday for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but it doesn’t sound like his calf is out of the woods.
ESPN’s Dan Graziano reported Saturday that the Steelers still expect Brown to play, but with cold weather anticipated in Pittsburgh for Sunday’s game, there is some worry about how that will impact the calf injury.
Brown was a full participant in Saturday’s walkthrough, and the team has been clear in stating all week that he is expected to play.
Reports have indicated that Brown is actually a game-time decision, and there are lingering concerns over his calf. It sure sounds like he’s healthy enough to go, but once he does play, things could still go wrong for the star receiver.