PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers will be a little short-handed as they prepare for their home opener against Kansas City.READ MORE: Anti-Violence Organizations In Pittsburgh React To New Police Initiatives
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, cornerback Joe Haden and guard David DeCastro could all miss practice time after getting dinged up in a season-opening tie in Cleveland.
Roethlisberger is dealing with a right (throwing) elbow issue, Haden has a hamstring problem and DeCastro fractured one of his hands during the four-hour marathon in a monsoon.READ MORE: UPMC Doctors Trying To Raise Awareness About Benefits Of Naps For First Responders
David DeCastro has a hand injury. It might affect his status for #Chiefs
— Bob Pompeani (@KDPomp) September 11, 2018
Coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday he will monitor their participation before making any sort of judgment on whether they will be available when the Chiefs (1-0) visit Heinz Field.MORE NEWS: Steelers Will Not Hold Training Camp At Saint Vincent College This Year
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