Keisel, Polamalu Expected To Play Sunday

PITTSBURGH (KDKA/AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive end Brett Keisel is expected to play at Buffalo Sunday after missing all but a few plays of the last five games with a sore hamstring.

Rookie wide receiver Antonio Brown (swollen knee) will be limited in practice and might not play Sunday.

Tight end Matt Spaeth’s status is uncertain because of a concussion he sustained Sunday against Oakland.

Safety Will Allen has been cleared to practice after sitting out two games with a concussion.

Safety Troy Polamalu might be limited again in practice due to an Achilles’ injury, but head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday he is expected to play.

Ramon Foster remains at right guard after being promoted ahead of Trai Essex and Doug Legursky before the 35-3 victory over Oakland.


One Comment

  1. Jim Wagner says:

    I think it is time for KDKA to do a very partisan piece supporting the Steelers in the face of what appears to be an intentional NFL policy of targeting Steelers’ players. A comparison needs to be made of the NFL’s actions toward Rothlisburger and Favre (and possibly even Ray Lewis), comapre hits made on Hines Ward and those to other receivers which resulted in league punishment, compare fines levied against James Harrison for leagel hits and the one given for hitting our quarterback after the play was over. Discuss the seemingly intentional efforts to hold back the Steelers defense and make them play softer. There needs to be a public voice given to the frustration felt by Steeler fans and the team and league will do nothing to address these concerns. This topic needs to be covered in a way that will result in a national conversation about the arbitrariness of league policies and how the NFL can (and seemingly will) use its power to influence game and seasonal results.

  2. itsannies says:

    Good Idea

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