The Pittsburgh Steelers have completed their physical preparations for their Week 15 game against the Denver Broncos, and they received good news on the injury front heading into their regular season finale at Heinz Field. After a series of players missed practice at some point this week, the team announced all players who missed any practice time will be listed as probable for the upcoming game.
Status report for @Steelers: everybody who was on the injury report at any point of the week is listed as probable.— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) December 18, 2015
Players who missed practice this week were: Heath Miller (ribs), Matt Spaeth (knee), Bud Dupree (back/tailbone), James Harrison (maintenance), Mike Mitchell (shoulder), Ryan Shazier (knee) and Will Allen (maintenance).
All players are listed as probable, meaning they have a 75-percent chance to play, according to the NFL. Labels include Doubtful (25-percent chance of playing), Questionable (50-percent chance of playing) and Probable.
The Steelers (8-5) will host the Broncos (10-3) on Sunday at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, PA for a 4:25 p.m. EDT kickoff.