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PITTSBURGH — Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is expected to play in Sunday’s AFC divisional game against the Jaguars, coach Mike Tomlin said Friday.
Brown is almost one month removed from a partially torn left calf muscle that occurred against the Patriots on Dec. 17. He did not play in the final two games of the regular season and returned to practice just this week.

Brown did not practice on Friday because of illness and was sent home for the day, according to Tomlin. However, he was a full participant in practice on both Wednesday and Thursday. His teammates have maintained for several weeks that they believed Brown would be back for the playoffs, and Tomlin said he had seen enough out of Brown’s two practices. “I think we’ve all seen Antonio play enough that we know what he’s capable of,” Tomlin said.

Brown led the NFL with 1,533 receiving yards despite playing in only 14 games and ranked fourth in the NFL with nine receiving touchdowns in 2017. He was the league’s only unanimous All-Pro this season.

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown sustained a partially torn calf in Week 15 against the Patriots.

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown sustained a partially torn calf in Week 15 against the Patriots.

Brown described the calf injury that sent him to the hospital during the game as a scary one.
“As soon as the incident happened, with an MRI, and we’re in a police car right to the hospital — I’m pretty grateful,” he told reporters on Monday. “[I] can grow from this experience. No man playing this game has never had adversity. I’m glad I’m able to be on my feet today talking to you guys.”

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New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara returned to full practice participation Wednesday and told reporters he is “good to go” for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.

In order to get full clearance through the NFL’s concussion protocol, Kamara has to pass all steps, which includes showing that he can tolerate full participation in practice without signs or symptoms.

But his words and his return to practice both indicate that he is on the right track.
Kamara left last Thursday night’s 20-17 loss at Atlanta after a helmet-to-helmet tackle by Falcons linebacker Deion Jones in the first quarter. He was evaluated by trainers on the sideline before being taken back to the locker room for further evaluation and ultimately ruled out of the game.

Kamara, a third-round draft pick from Tennessee, has emerged as the front-runner for NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year with 608 rushing yards, 639 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns. He is already just the third rookie in NFL history to surpass 600 rushing and receiving yards in a season with three games to go.

Kamara has been especially dynamic since the Saints’ Week 5 bye. He ranks second in the NFL behind only Le’Veon Bell in that span with 1,017 yards from scrimmage, and he is tied with teammate Mark Ingram for the league lead with nine touchdowns since Week 6.

Alvin Kamara is tied with teammate Mark Ingram for the league lead with nine touchdowns since Week 6.

Alvin Kamara is tied with teammate Mark Ingram for the league lead with nine touchdowns since Week 6.

Kamara and Ingram are on pace to become the first pair of running backs in NFL history to surpass 1,500 yards from scrimmage in the same season.

Three Saints players did not practice Wednesday, however, after being injured in the loss to Atlanta: receiver Ted Ginn Jr. (rib), linebacker A.J. Klein (groin) and defensive end Trey Hendrickson (ankle).