Filed under: Stream Steelers Injury News Latest News Steelers Injury Report: Week 16 vs. Cincinnati Bengals Contributors: Neal Coolong and SteelCityRoller Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: Steelers Injury Report: Week 16 vs. Cincinnati Bengals Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Highlighting the week in Steelers injuries, the secondary continues to be a target of concern. 7 Total Updates Since Dec 17, 2012, 6:45am EST Follow this stream December 22, 2012 Steelers Injury Report: Lewis to play in Week 16 By Neal Coolong Some good news, some bad news as the Steelers head into a must-win game against Cincinnati in Week 16. December 20, 2012 Steelers Injury Report: Keenan Lewis out Thursday By SteelCityRoller Twenty-four hours after assuring the world that he would be able to shadow the Bengals best receiver, the Steelers best available cornerback shadowed only the sidelines during practice. December 19, 2012 Steelers Injury Report: Cortez Allen makes return By SteelCityRoller The Steelers much-maligned secondary has suffered from unexpected injuries and inexperienced reserves recently, but have reason for hope as they try to salvage their playoff dreams. December 18, 2012 Steelers place Willie Colon on injured reserve By SteelCityRoller The former right tackle, turned starting left guard and running game enforcer, exits a season prematurely for the third consecutive time in his young career. December 18, 2012 Steelers Injury Report: Taylor out, Allen returns By SteelCityRoller As Mike Tomlin took to the podium for his weekly Tuesday new conference, he declared that the Steelers injury riddled secondary would have reason for hope. However, he failed to mention two key players at other positions. December 18, 2012 Steelers sign defensive back Justin King By SteelCityRoller A former hometown hero returns to western Pennslvania to help support an injured and inexperienced secondary. December 17, 2012 Steelers Injury Report: Two more DBs go down By Neal Coolong DeMarcus Van Dyke (shoulder) and Keenan Lewis (hip) highlight yet another injury-filled game for struggling Pittsburgh.