Report: Antonio Brown Not 100 Percent, Will Test Calf Injury Before Jaguars Game
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will reportedly test his calf injury prior to Sunday's AFC divisional playoff game against the Jacksonville Jaguars to determine if he's healthy enough to suit up.

"He is not close to 100%," a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. "My guess is he will be active and give it a go."

Another source told ESPN.com's Dan Graziano "there are lingering concerns about Brown's calf holding up in the cold weather at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field."

Brown, who...


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