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All Signs Go: Steelers Clean Injury Report 9/16

All Signs Go: Steelers Clean Injury Report 9/16

The Pittsburgh Steelers enter the weekend of the season opener in Week 2 against the New England Patriots with a clean bill of health outside of TJ Watt. There was some question about the availability of starting center Mason Cole on Thursday’s report.

Nov 1, 2020; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Robert Spillane of the Pittsburgh Steelers celebrates after returning an interception for a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens in the first quarter at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mitchell Layton-USA TODAY Sports

Najee Harris, Levi Wallace, Rob Spillane and Cole were listed as full participants Friday after being limited earlier in the week. Cameron Heyward returned to be a full participant after a veteran’s day off on Thursday.

According to 93.7 the Fan Steelers reporter Josh Rowntree the team was making sure players could get all the extra rest they need at practice going into the key AFC divisional game on Sunday at Acrisure Stadium.

Even though Watt is on the injury reserve, he still joined his teammates for practice again on Friday this time without protection on his chest.

Here is the full participation from Friday’s Practice:

Friday, September 16
OL Mason Cole (ankle) – FP

RB Najee Harris (foot) – FP
CB Levi Wallace (ankle) – FP
LB Robert Spillane (eye) – FP
DT Cameron Heyward – FP Not Injury Related/Resting Player





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Hello Steeler Nation! I hail from the great city of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, hometown of The Tragically Hip. I grew up a Steelers fan because my uncle is and he used to live there. I saw the Steelers beat the Bengals at Heinz Field in 2017 in my only visit to Pittsburgh.

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  1. Bobby Felix

    September 17, 2022 at 1:30 pm

    My bucket list is to see a Steelers game. I live in Tucson, Arizona and would like to see them playing in the Super Bowl in Phoenix at the end of the year.

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