Antonio Brown Ruled Out for Sunday’s Showdown with Denver

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown makes a catch against the Denver Broncos

Now Adam “Pacman” Jones can say he’s sorry.

Steelers leading wide out Antonio Brown won’t be in uniform Sunday against Denver, as he’s been officially ruled out with the concussion he suffered late in the win over Cincinnati.

Jones said on “Inside the NFL” that he felt Brown was faking the injury, and that he would apologize if Brown didn’t play.

With Brown out, the focus of the Steelers passing game will be on Markus Wheaton, Martavis Bryant and tight end Heath Miller.

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2 Comments on "Antonio Brown Ruled Out for Sunday’s Showdown with Denver"

  1. Can’t wait to see pacman apologize he an Burfict are a disgrace to the game

  2. Can’t wait to see pacman apologize him an Burfict are a disgrace to the game.

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