Steelers' Ryan Clark heads to hospital following Browns game

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

Steelers safety Ryan Clark is in the hospital after Pittsburgh's game against the Browns.

Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark wound up in the hospital following Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. The game, which the Steelers won 24-10, was the final one of the 2012 one for Pittsburgh, who missed the playoffs.

Clark said via Twitter, "Figures I's put myself in the hospital after the last game!" He also tweeted a picture of himself in a hospital gown. Neither Clark nor the team specified what his injury is. Clark did not appear on the Steelers' injury report during the week.

Clark was very active in the game, making nine combined tackles (six solo) and one tackle for loss. He did not leave the game early and his last tackle occurred just after the two-minute warning in the fourth quarter.

Clark was not selected to go to the 2013 Pro Bowl despite making 102 combined tackles and two interceptions this season. Clark also forced two fumbles.

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