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Report: Steelers wideout Antonio Brown could miss several games

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown could miss several games because of an ankle injury. (Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown has already been ruled out for the Steelers' Monday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs because of an ankle injury, but he might miss a few more games, according to ProFootballTalk.com.

After Sunday’s win over the Giants, Brown said he has a high ankle sprain, but that he’ll be fine.  (Rarely is any player with a high ankle sprain ever “fine.”)  We later reported that it’s not a high ankle sprain, and that in the hours after the game it wasn’t regarded as severe.
Brown has 42 receptions for 499 yards and a touchdown in eight games this season.  Emmanuel Sanders will start in the place of Brown.

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