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Steelers’ Antonio Brown will play vs. Bengals

Joe Rutter
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Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown warms up in full uniform before a game against the Bengals Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.
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Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown arrives for the Bengals game Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati.

Antonio Brown is in uniform and will play for the Steelers on Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals at Pail Brown Stadium.

Brown was listed as questionable with a toe injury that let him out of practice Friday and Saturday.

Inactive for the Steelers are cornerback Joe Haden, safety Mike Mitchell, tight end Vance McDonald, nose tackle Daniel McCullers, linebacker James Harrison, offensive lineman Matt Feiler and quarterback Josh Dobbs.

Mitchell is inactive for the second time in three games with an ankle injury. Robert Golden will start in his place. McDonald will miss his fourth game in the past five and third in a row with an ankle injury.

Haden remains out with a fibula fracture. Coty Sensabaugh will start at cornerback.

For the Bengals, wide receiver John Ross, cornerback KeiVarae Russell, safety Shawn Williams, linebackers Vincent Rey and Nick Vigil and guards Alex Redmond and Christian Westerman are inactive. Williams and Vigil are starters.

Jordan Evans will start at linebacker for Vigil. Clayton Fejedelem will start in place of Williams.

Joe Rutter is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at [email protected] or via Twitter @tribjoerutter.

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