Antonio Brown 'still feeling discomfort,' will be game-time decision Sunday

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to get running back James Conner back this week from his ankle injury, but receiver Antonio Brown is questionable due to a knee injury. However, he reported to Heinz Field on Sunday expecting to play, leading to a situation one Steeler told the Post-Gazette was "embarrassing".

Afterwards, Brown elected to not practice with his teammates for the remainder of the week and skipped the Saturday night meeting at the team's hotel. He also owns the Browns franchise records for passing yards by a rookie.

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The disagreement occurred Wednesday morning during a routine walk-through practice that precedes their regular afternoon practice on the South Side. The report said Brown became "disgusted" and threw a football in anger at one of his teammates during a walk-through, citing several sources.

A very good National Football League coach had a lousy year, and that is exactly how Steelers president Art Rooney II should view coach Mike Tomlin's 2018.

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The NFL Injury Report for Week 17 has a lot of big names that could miss some pretty important games.

"That is something in our room that is an inside deal in our room that is going to stay in our room", Kitchens said.

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Mayfield says he doesn't recall what exactly happened in the December 23 win (26-18) against the Bengals. "This has to be about players holding each other accountable".

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