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Fitzgerald Toussaint with the TD and dance, Steelers by one pic.twitter.com/fAr5mARrS9
— The Cauldron (@TheCauldron) January 17, 2016
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Fitzgerald Toussaint scores his first career touchdown, on a playoff stage, and he showed off some dance moves afterward.
Adam Jones delivers on his apology to Antonio Brown after he was ruled out for Sunday. (via realpacman24/Instagram) pic.twitter.com/Evd9fgHOjQ
— 120 Sports (@120Sports) January 15, 2016
Adam 'Pacman' Jones took a ton of warranted criticism for accusing Antonio Brown of faking the injury he suffered against Cincinnati last weekend. But Jones deserves some credit for apologizing now that Brown has been ruled out against Denver in the divisional round.
After suffering a concussion on a controversial hit last weekend, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has been ruled out for Sunday's Divisional Round game.