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Steelers Injury Report: Pittsburgh lineup starting to take form as long list missed Thursday practice

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The Pittsburgh Steelers will be playing the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4 with a depleted roster. See who is likely going to sit out the big game on Sunday Night Football.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are putting the finishing touches on their plans for the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 4, and their injury situation hasn't improved much after Thursday's workouts.

After the team's 34-3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles, several starters, including Ryan Shazier (knee), Robert Golden (hamstring), Sean Davis (back) and Ramon Foster (chest), left the game and their availability to play in Week 4 was deemed "very questionable" by Mike Tomlin. After Thursday's workout, none of the aforementioned players returned to practice, making it very unlikely they play this Sunday.

Could they still practice Friday and make their way on the field? Sure, but it is rare to see players sit out the first two practices of the week without any type of participation and make their way onto the gridiron for the game. A surprise addition to the injury report was B.J. Finney's injured finger. Finney would be making his first career start if he is able to suit up on Sunday, in place of Foster at left guard.

See the full injury reports for both the Steelers and Chiefs below.

Pittsburgh

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
S Sean Davis (Back)
G Ramon Foster (Chest)
S Robert Golden (Hamstring)
CB Senquez Golson (Foot)
WR Eli Rogers (Toe)
LB Ryan Shazier (Knee)
C/G Cody Wallace (Knee)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
FB Roosevelt Nix (Back)
C/G B.J. Finney (Finger)

FULL PARTICIPATION
LB Lawrence Timmons (Shin)

Kansas City

DID NOT PARTICIPATE
DB Phillip Gaines (Knee)
LB Tamba Hali (Knee, Hand)
CB Marcus Peters (Illness)
T Jah Reid (Knee, Ankle)
RB Charcandrick West (Ankle)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION
RB Jamaal Charles (Knee)
G Parker Ehinger (Concussion)

FULL PARTICIPATION
LB Sam Barrington (Hamstring)
G Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (Ankle)