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Steelers Injury Report: Pittsburgh injuries starting to pile up after Week 3 loss

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Injuries are piling up for the Steelers as the now have to prepare for the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers just lost a heartbreaking overtime game to the Chicago Bears, and despite how disgusting the play was on the field, the team suffered a lot of injuries to rub salt in the wound.

After the game Mike Tomlin recapped the injury, but didn’t go into detail on the injuries, rather waiting to do so in his weekly press conference Tuesday. The injuries Tomlin mentioned were Ramon Foster, who left the game and did not return with a thumb injury, and Sean Davis, who also left the game with an ankle and did not return.

Those two weren’t the only injuries of note for the team, and tight end Jesse James, who left the game with a shoulder injury, was able to return to the game. It should be noted how James was also held out of practice this week due to an ankle injury.

As the team now prepares for the Ravens next week, injuries to T.J. Watt (groin), Stephon Tuitt (biceps), and Marcus Gilbert (hamstring) will be extremely key to watch as the team will need a full roster of players if they want to beat their division rivals on the road in M&T Bank Stadium.

Stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news and injury updates on the Steelers heading into week 4.