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The Pittsburgh Steelers were not missing any players at Wednesday practice, as they expect to have Troy Polamalu, James Harrison and Rashard Mendhenall active for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had their entire roster participate in practice on Wednesday leading up to their Week 5 contest with the Philadelphia Eagles. Coming off a Week 4 bye, the Steelers appear to be completely healthy this week.
Running back Rashard Mendenhall and linebacker James Harrison are both expected to see their first action of the season on Sunday. Mendenhall has been rehabbing from a torn ACL all offseason and Harrison underwent arthroscopic surgery on his knee in August. Also expected to return for the Steelers will be safety Troy Polamalu. Polamalu missed Pittsburgh's last two games after suffering a calf injury in the Steelers' opening week loss to the Broncos.
The Philadelphia Eagles are not quite as fortunate with their injuries. Guard Danny Watkins, linebacker Akeem Jordan, and defensive tackle Derek Landri all missed Wednesday's practice. The Eagles did see left tackle King Dunlap return to practice after missing the last two weeks with a hamstring injury.