Sport Report: Antonio Brown appeared fully healthy during walkthrough

21:21  13 january  2018
21:21  13 january  2018 Source:   The Sports Post

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Aditi Kinkhabwala‏ of NFL Network reported Saturday that, after missing Friday’s practice, Brown made Saturday’s walkthrough and looked fully healthy , according to teammates. OK #Steelers fans, breathe easy: Antonio Brown WAS at walk through this morning.

Receiver Antonio Brown returned to practice on Saturday after going home on Friday with an illness. That's the word from Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Media, who reports that Brown participated in the walk - through . But it’s one thing to be fully healthy during a less-than-intense practice as it relates

Dec 17, 2017; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) grabs his leg after suffering an apparent injury against the New England Patriots during the second quarter at Heinz Field. The Patriots won 27-24. © Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports Dec 17, 2017; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) grabs his leg after suffering an apparent injury against the New England Patriots during the second quarter at Heinz Field. The Patriots won 27-24.

Questions linger about Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s status for Sunday, but reports continue to indicate that, outwardly, all appears to be well.

Aditi Kinkhabwala‏ of NFL Network reported Saturday that, after missing Friday’s practice, Brown made Saturday’s walkthrough and looked fully healthy, according to teammates.

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Receiver Antonio Brown returned to practice on Saturday after going home on Friday with an illness. That’s the word from Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Media, who reports that Brown participated in the walk - through . But it’s one thing to be fully healthy during a less-than-intense practice as it relates

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That has been the official line pretty much all week since Brown returned to practice. While there are still some reports that indicate Brown’s calf is more of a concern than believed, every other indication sounds like Brown is good to go for Sunday’s game.

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