Report: Brown expected to be game-time decision vs. Jaguars
Charles LeClaire / USA TODAY Sports

Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown is expected to be a game-time decision for Sunday's divisional-round matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars, a source told Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.

Brown's uncertain status is reportedly due to the calf strain he suffered in Week 15, not the illness that forced the Steelers to send the pass-catcher home from practice Friday.

Head coach Mike Tomlin announced Friday that he still expects Brown to suit up and said the receiver "looked really good" in practice this week, according to Jeremy Bergman of, so it's unclear if he's suffered a setback with the calf injury.

Brown is officially listed as questionable for the playoff game.

Report: Brown expected to be game-time decision vs. Jaguars
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