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Behind the Steel Curtain 21 hours ago
Steelers Injury Report: Week 3 isn’t looking good for two Pittsburgh starters

Steelers Injury Report: Week 3 isn’t looking good for two Pittsburgh starters

The Pittsburgh Steelers had some good news and some bad news after their Thursday practice report was released. The Pittsburgh Steelers have some key injuries to keep an eye on as the team prepares for their Week-3 tilt with the Chicago Bears. While some news was good, other news was negative, with only one practice remaining before the team heads for the Windy City. The good news is that both Bud Dupree (shoulder) and Stephon Tuitt (biceps) should both be in the lineup on Sunday for the team’s starting defense. Dupree and Tuitt were both limited on Wednesday, but were full participants...
Steelers Depot 14 hours ago

Steelers 2017 Week 3 Injury Report: Gilbert, Watt Ruled Out; Tuitt Questionable

The Pittsburgh Steelers released their final injury report of Week 3 on Friday and it shows two players listed as out for their Sunday road game against the Chicago Bears. After not practicing again on Friday, tackle Marcus Gilbert (hamstring, illness) and outside linebacker T.J. Watt (groin) were both ruled... The post Steelers 2017 Week 3 Injury Report: Gilbert, Watt Ruled Out; Tuitt Questionable appeared first on Steelers Depot by Dave Bryan. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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