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The Steelers wrap up their season on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. Pittsburgh (7-8) was eliminated from playoff contention last weekend.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without several important players on Sunday when they take on the Cleveland Browns. Wide receiver Mike Wallace (hip) was ruled out on Friday. In addition, offensive tackle Mike Adams (ankle), defensive back Curtis Brown (ankle), and linebacker Marshall McFadden (abdomen) will all sit during Week 17.
The Steelers do expect cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee) and offensive guard David DeCastro (hamstring) to be active. Both are listed as probable for Sunday, and were full participants in practice on Friday.
Safety Troy Polamalu is also on the injury report, though he has not suffered any recent injuries. The veteran defensive back has played in only six games this season, and Pittsburgh may choose to rest him since Sunday's game does not have any playoff implications. Polamalu sat out from practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but was a full participant on Friday.