The Pittsburgh Steelers, coming off their bye week, are as healthy as they have been since their Week 1 game against the New England Patriots. As they prepare for the Seattle Seahawks, their Wednesday practice report echoes the sentiment of a team finally turning the corner of their injury woes.
Practice rept for Wed: CB Boykin (ankle) is limited; LB Garvin (knee), LB Harrison (knee), TE Spaeth (knee), SS Thomas (knee) practice fully— Bob Labriola (@BobLabriola) November 25, 2015
The fact there were no players held out of practice is a tremendous improvement for a team that has been hindered by key injuries throughout the first 10 games of the 2015 season. Brandon Boykin (ankle) was limited in practice, and the only player given such a distinction after Wednesday's practice.
James Harrison (knee), Terence Garvin (knee), Matt Spaeth (knee) and Shamarko Thomas (knee) were all full participants in practice, and barring a setback, all should be back in the lineup this Sunday in Seattle. Also going through a full practice were WR Martavis Bryant and ILB Ryan Shazier. Both had missed Monday's practice session.
The Steelers will have two more practices before heading to the Pacific Northwest for a 4:25 p.m. EDT kickoff in Seattle.