The Pittsburgh Steelers released both bad and good news on their linebacking corps in their Friday injury report. LaMarr Woodley is listed as probable and expects to start on Sunday, while Stevenson Sylvester has been ruled out with an ankle injury.
The Steelers' running game continues to be hit hard by injuries, as Rashard Mendenhall and Jonathan Dwyer are listed as doubtful but both will miss Sunday's game against the Giants. Isaac Redman will get the start in their place.
Safety Troy Polamalu and Marcus Gilbert are listed as out. The probables include running back Baron Batch, free safety Ryan Clark, and linebacker Brandon Johnson.
New York will be without linebackers Chase Blackburn and Jacquian Williams, while linebacker Keith Rivers is listed as doubtful. Running back Ahmad Bradshaw, tight end Bear Pascoe, and safety Kenny Phillips are tagged as questionable.
Center David Baas, defensive tackle Rocky Bernard, wide receiver Victor Cruz, and safety Antrel Rolle are the probables for the Giants.