Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Antonio Brown will miss the first two regular-season games because of a knee injury.
The Steelers have named Brown to start the first three games, but he’s doubtful to play in those games due to his condition.
Brown has been out of the lineup since suffering the injury during a 17-14 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 28.
He underwent surgery on the knee and will miss up to two weeks.
Brown is the first Steelers player to miss two games in a season since Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger missed three games in 2008 due to an ankle injury.
He had to miss the final four games of that season due an ankle sprain.