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Steelers Injury Report: WR Martavis Bryant the only player to miss practice

Mike Tomlin addressed the media today and gave the injury report for the Week No. 1 match-up against the Cleveland Browns.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers will open the season against the Cleveland Browns this Sunday at Heinz Field, and they should do so with a relatively healthy football team.

The only player listed on the injury report as missing practice is rookie wide receiver Martavis Bryant. Head coach Mike Tomlin did say he will 'leave the light on' for Bryant to possibly suit up for the game Sunday, but after suffering a shoulder dislocation in the final preseason game, his participation will be doubtful at best.

Other than Bryant, Tomlin listed several other players who missed time in previous weeks that are returning from injury and should be available this Sunday. Linebacker Sean Spence (knee), long snapper Greg Warren (knee), tight end Matt Spaeth, wide receiver Lance Moore, and cornerback Brice McCain (groin) are all likely to be ready this Sunday at 1 p.m. ET to face the Browns.

The Steelers escaped the preseason without any devastating injury news and will hope that good fortune continues throughout the regular season, as depth is certainly a concern at several positions.