Steelers Vs. Seahawks: NFL Week 2 Wednesday Injury Reports

One might guess that Mike Tomlin would have his Pittsburgh Steelers squad working overtime this week following the poor performance against the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday. But according to Wednesday's practice report, it appears as if Tomlin gave a number of veterans the day off. Let's take a look at the injury and practice report for the Steelers, as well as their Week 2 opponent, the Seattle Seahawks.

 

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Practice Report

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

WR Jerricho Cotchery (hamstring), LB James Farrior (not injury related), 
G Chris Kemoeatu (knee), DE Aaron Smith (not injury related),
WR Hines Ward (not injury related)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

CB Curtis Brown (ankle), CB Bryant McFadden (hamstring)

 

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Practice Report

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

DE Dexter Davis (hip), T Jarriel King (ankle),
CB Byron Maxwell (ankle), RB Michael Robinson (ankle),
LB Malcolm Smith (hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

WR Sidney Rice (shoulder)

FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

G Robert Gallery (knee)

 

For more Steelers coverage check out Behind the Steel Curtain.

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