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Steelers Injury Report: Antonio Brown leg injury not serious, and the only notable injury

The Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the New England Patriots in Week 7, but the good news quite possibly came on their injury report following the game.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers fell to the New England Patriots 27-16 in Week 7, but if there was a bright spot following the loss it was on the team's injury report. After ruling 7 players out of the game, most notably Ben Roethlisberger, Cameron Heyward and Marcus Gilbert, the Steelers thankfully suffered no more injuries to add to their growing list as they head into the bye week.

The only minor injury of note during the game was the leg injury to Antonio Brown, which Mike Tomlin classified as a quadriceps injury after the game. Brown did leave the game, but was able to come back and participate in the fourth quarter.

For the Steelers, the bye week can't come soon enough. The week of rest will be crucial for players like Roethlisberger, Heyward and Gilbert, but also players who need to get fully healthy. Some of those players would be Robert Golden (foot), Markus Wheaton (shoulder), Sammie Coates (finger), Ryan Shazier (knee) and a slew of others who are in need of getting right from a health standpoint.

The Steelers will hope they get plenty of players back in the fold for the final 9 games of the regular season.

Check out the final games of the 2016 regular season:

Week 9: at Baltimore
Week 10: vs. Dallas
Week 11: at Cleveland
Week 12: at Indianapolis
Week 13: vs. NY Giants
Week 14: at Buffalo
Week 15: at Bengals
Week 16: vs. Baltimore
Week 17: vs. Cleveland