NFL Injury Report, Steelers Vs. Broncos: Maurkice Pouncey Questionable, Ben Roethlisberger Probable For Wild Card Weekend

The Pittsburgh Steelers have conducted their final practice in their lead-up to their Wild Card Weekend matchup against the Denver Broncos, which is set for Sunday. Their injury report from Friday's practice follows.

Outside linebacker James Harrison (toe), defensive end Brett Keisel (groin), guard Doug Legursky (shoulder), safety Troy Polamalu (calf), quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (ankle), tackle Jonathan Scott (back), and outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley (hamstring) practiced in full on Friday and are listed as probable for Sunday's tilt at Denver.

The team lists All-Pro center Maurkice Pouncey (ankle) as questionable, as he did not practice Thursday or Friday and was limited Wednesday.

Neither defensive back Cortez Allen (shoulder) nor running back Mewelde Moore (knee) participated in any of the three days of practice, and so the team has ruled them out.

For more on the Steelers, please visit Behind the Steel Curtain, SB Nation's Steelers blog. Check out SB Nation NFL for complete pro football coverage.

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