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Steelers Injury Report: Questions remain for both Steelers and Chiefs before Week-6 clash

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The Pittsburgh Steelers look to have all hands on deck in Week 6, while the Chiefs have some big question marks.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Kansas City Chiefs Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

The Week-6 game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs certainly has its share of star power between these two squads. Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Le’Veon Bell, Alex Smith, Tyreek Hill, Kareem Hunt and Justin Houston.

There’s a reason why this is a nationally-televised game on CBS at 4:25 p.m. ET. But not all of that star power will be on the field Sunday, at least that’ll be the case for Kansas City.

For the first time this season, it looks as if the Steelers might have all 22 starters available to them, assuming that Ramon Foster is able to get onto the field in Week 6. This also includes Marcus Gilbert who was a full participant for the first time in two weeks after injuring his hamstring midway through the Minnesota Vikings game in Week 2.

As for Kansas City, fans of the Chiefs will be happy to see Travis Kelce listed as a full participant—after being diagnosed with a concussion after the Week-5 game. But Justin Houston’s absence for a second straight day brings a new wrinkle to the possible matchups for Week 6.

The full game-day reports will be released on Friday afternoon. Until then, check out both of the latest injury reports below:

Injury Report

Pittsburgh

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
G Ramon Foster (Back)

FULL PARTICIPATION
LB Ryan Shazier (Quadricep)
C Maurkice Pouncey (Chest)
T Marcus Gilbert (Hamstring)

Kansas City

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
WR Chris Conley (Achilles)
G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (Knee)
LB Justin Houston (Calf)
S Steven Terrell (Concussion)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
C Mitch Morse (Foot)
WR Albert Wilson (Knee)
WR Tyreek Hill (Hamstring)

FULL PARTICIPATION
TE Travis Kelce (Concussion)
DT Bennie Logan (Knee)
LB Dee Ford (Back)