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Steelers Injury Report: Another week with a report filled with 'probable' players

The Pittsburgh Steelers released their final injury report leading up to their Week 16 game against the Baltimore Ravens. Another week with a list full of 'probable' players.

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

When people talk about Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens, they typically think about big named players making big plays in a grudge match comparable to none other. However, as both teams enter Week 16, this couldn't be further from the truth.

The Ravens have been absolutely decimated by injuries in 2015, putting an astounding 18 players on injured reserve, and the Steelers have had their share of injuries which have forced them to make severe adjustments throughout their roster. Nonetheless, the 9-5 Steelers have performed damage control to a 'T', and remain a win away from clinching a playoff spot while the Ravens, 4-10, are looking ahead to the 2016 NFL Draft.

The Steelers dealt with several issues early in 2015, but the injury bug has left the team in the latter half of the season. For the second straight week, the Steelers injury report reads nothing but players who are listed as probable.

The players who missed at least one practice this week and are listed as probable are: James Harrison (maintenance), Matt Spaeth (knee), Mike Mitchell (shoulder), Will Allen (maintenance) and William Gay (maintenance).

The Steelers have health on their side for the biggest game of 2015. It is 'win and you are in' for Pittsburgh, and it looks as if they will have all hands on deck for this 1:00 p.m. EDT kickoff Sunday in Baltimore, MD.