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Steelers Injury Report: Ryan Shazier officially questionable, says he is playing Sunday

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing to play the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday, and ILB Ryan Shazier is listed as questionable, but says he is playing.

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As the Pittsburgh Steelers prepare to play the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday in Seattle, there is a list of players who might not be suiting up for the black and gold. The most notable of those names is Ryan Shazier, who is officially listed as questionable for the game Sunday.

Joining Shazier on the injury report were James Harrison (knee), Brandon Boykin (ankle) Terence Garvin (knee) and Shamarko Thomas (knee) who are all listed as probable.

The Steelers second year starting inside linebacker has been on and off the injury report all season, and despite the questionable designation, the ILB says he is going to be playing Sunday.

Shazier was held out of practice Thursday, but was a full participant Friday, the final practice before the team leaves for Seattle. It wouldn't be the first time Shazier was held out of practice and played Sunday, but after his injury in Week 2 against the San Francisco 49ers, he claimed to be ready only to be held out for four consecutive weeks before returning.

The Steelers play at Seattle and kickoff is 4:25 p.m. EDT, when the inactives are released an hour and a half before the game will be when Steelers find out if Shazier is playing or not.