It's pretty certain this means Brown wasn't faking his injury after taking a hard hit to the head from Cincinnati's
Since that game, Cincinnati's
Jones made good on his word Friday afternoon, issuing an apology to Brown with a video on Instagram. "I apologize, sincerely," Jones said. "Get well."
Chances are, though, that probably won't make anyone in Pittsburgh feel much better.
Brown's 1,834 receiving yards during the regular season were second in the
Roethlisberger was also injured on a Burfict hit during the wildcard playoff game. He eventually returned to the game and led the Steelers on a game-winning drive but was severely limited by the injury.
He was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday but took part in full on Friday.