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In his first public comments since he sustained a concussion in the Steelers’ 18-16 victory against Cincinnati in an AFC wild card game, Steelers All-Pro receiver Antonio Brown had some strong words for Vontaze Burfict and Adam Jones of the Cincinnati Bengals when he joined the Cook and Poni Show on 93.7 The Fan this morning.
The 2015 season ended last Sunday in Denver. It didnt end on the Sunday afternoon in August when All-Pro center Maurkice Pouncey was lost for the season in a preseason game against the Packers. It didnt end on the AstroTurf inside Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis in September when Ben Roethlisberger was knocked out of the lineup for a month with a knee injury or when All-Pro running back LeVeon Bell was lost for the season in Week 8 against the Bengals. Or when, well, you get the picture. For the Steelers, it was always next man up. Living by the mantra head coach Mike Tomlin continually...
Pacman's sorry, AB.Cincinnati cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones apologized Friday for claiming Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was faking a concussion at the end of the wild-card
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not take a painkilling injection when he reentered the AFC wild card game against the Bengals Saturday night, but that will be an option Sunday when the Steelers play the Denver Broncos in a divisional round game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
CINCINNATI — They will be talking about this football game in Pittsburgh for years. Ben Roethlisberger left after three quarters Saturday night with a shoulder injury only to come back to play with virtually one arm and lead the Steelers to a surreal 18-16 win in their AFC wild-card hair-pull against the Cincinnati Bengals.
An ugly scene in Cincinnati.
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Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams will miss the AFC wild card game against the Bengals on Saturday night because of the injury to his right foot he sustained in the regular-season finale against Cleveland. Fitzgerald Toussaint, a second-year player out of the University of Michigan, will start in his place.