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Steelers Injury Report: Trio of starters set to return vs. the Ravens

The Steelers received some good news, and bad news, on the injury front heading into Week 4.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers were back to work, and back to football, hoping to put their Week 3 debacle behind them and turn their attention to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4. With it being Wednesday, it meant the team was back to practice, and their first injury report was released to the public.

For the Steelers, they had some good news, as well as some bad news. The good news was Stephon Tuitt (biceps), T.J. Watt (groin) and Marcus Gilbert (hamstring) were all back to full participation at practice. Barring a setback between now and Sunday, those three starters are set to be back in the lineup vs. Baltimore.

Now, for the bad news.

The Steelers had their starting safety tandem, Sean Davis and Mike Mitchell, both watching practice on Wednesday. It doesn’t mean the two won’t play Sunday, but they will have to get back on the practice field to do so. Despite the Ravens lackluster offense, I am not sure fans would be comfortable with J.J. Wilcox and Robert Golden as their starting safeties in a huge road AFC North game in Week 4.

Other than the safeties, Ben Roethlisberger and Le’Veon Bell were given days off, while Martavis Bryant was sick and Ramon Foster sat out with the thumb injury which kept him off the field in Week 3.

Take a look at the entire Steelers and Ravens injury report below:


RB Le'Veon Bell (Not Injury Related)
WR Martavis Bryant (Illness)
S Sean Davis (Ankle)
G Ramon Foster (Thumb)
S Mike Mitchell (Hamstring)
QB Ben Roethlisberger (Not Injury Related)

LB Bud Dupree (Shoulder)
TE Jesse James (Shoulder)

T Marcus Gilbert (Hamstring)
DE Stephon Tuitt (Biceps)
LB T.J. Watt (Groin)


CB Jaylen Hill (Thigh)
TE Benjamin Watson (Calf)
DT Brandon Williams (Foot)
TE Maxx Williams (Ankle)