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Tomlin vulgar towards Patriots in video

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) So much for Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers keeping a low profile.

The star wide receiver filmed the postgame scene in the Steelers' locker room on Facebook Live after an 18-16 win at Kansas City on Sunday, a video that lasted more than 17 minutes and had over 900,000 views just a few hours after it aired.

Brown talks to fans in the video, thanking them for their support while joking around with teammates, many of whom are changing out of their uniforms. The Steelers then have a team prayer, followed by coach Mike Tomlin addressing his players.


OC McDaniels opts to stay with Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels expressed appreciation for the opportunity to interview with the San Francisco 49ers but says for now he will remain in New England.

He said during a conference call Monday that the decision was what's "best for my family and myself" and that he will stay with the Patriots to focus on this year's playoffs and finish out the season "however it turns out."


Steelers hold on as Boswell kicks 6 FGs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Chris Boswell's pinpoint right leg and Le'Veon Bell's two dancing feet.

They do call it football, after all.


Packers win as Rodgers sets up FG at :00

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Aaron Rodgers didn't need another Hail Mary this time.

Maybe just call it a "Half Mary."


49ers interview Seahawks OL coach Cable

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) The San Francisco 49ers interviewed Seattle offensive line coach and former Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable for their head coaching vacancy on Sunday.

Team CEO Jed York met with Cable as part of his search for replacements for fired coach Chip Kelly and general manager Trent Baalke following a 2-14 season that tied the worst mark in franchise history.


Jones encouraged for Cowboys' future

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is more convinced than ever that his rookie quarterback can play at the highest level.

And that the Cowboys were good enough to maybe win the Super Bowl this season with Dak Prescott and fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott.


Costly mistakes pile up for Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Eric Fisher stood all alone in the middle of the field as the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrated a 2-point conversion that would have tied the game, well aware that the flag laying a few yards away was thrown at him.

He had held the Steelers' James Harrison. The play didn't count.


Storm strands Packers at AT&T Stadium

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) A tornado warning after Green Bay's victory over Dallas in an NFC divisional playoff kept some fans, the entire Packers contingent and a few Cowboys players inside AT&T Stadium for more than hour after the game Sunday night.

Officials issued an all-clear more than two hours after the game ended. The late playoff game, and AFC divisional matchup between Pittsburgh and Kansas City, was being shown on the giant video board over the center of the $1.2 billion stadium.


Ryan, Falcons rolling into title game

ATLANTA (AP) Matt Ryan and the high-scoring Falcons offense will have one more game in the Georgia Dome after all.

The Falcons will host the NFC championship game next Sunday against Green Bay. The Packers beat Dallas 34-31 in Sunday's divisional playoff game.


Bills S Williams leaning towards return

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Despite concerns raised after sustaining season-ending neck injuries in consecutive years, Bills starting safety Aaron Williams is preparing to resume his playing career, the player's father told The Associated Press on Sunday.

"He's leaning toward coming back," Anthony Williams said by phone. "We'll take it slow and go from there."