Steelers Vs. Broncos Injury Report: Rashard Mendenhall Listed As Doubtful

The Pittsburgh Steelers have released their injury report on Friday ahead of Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

The Steelers have running back Rashard Mendenhall listed as doubtful despite his full participation in practice. Linebacker James Harrison is doubtful for Sunday as well. On Friday, Harrison tweeted about his status for the game against the Broncos: "Didn't make practice today, looks like it will be a game time decision."

Linebacker Stevenson Sylvester, free safety Ryan Clark and offensive guard David DeCastro are all out for the Steelers on Sunday. The Broncos have just one player listed as out, Chris Kuper, who has a forearm injury and did not participate in practice.

Steelers Injury Report

Out

LB Stevenson Sylvester (Knee)
S Ryan Clark (Not injury related)
G David DeCastro (Knee)

Doubtful

RB Rashard Mendenhall (Knee)

Questionable

LB James Harrison (Knee)
RB Baron Batch (Groin)

Probable

DE Brett Keisel (Ankle)
LB Jason Worilds (Wrist)
LB Larry Foote (Ankle)
RB Isaac Redman (Ankle)

For more on the Steelers heading into their season-opener, head over to Behind The Steel Curtain and continue to check out SB Nation Pittsburgh.

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