The Pittsburgh Steelers have already released what is likely to be their final injury report for week 8, before Sunday’s team game against the Baltimore Ravens, and Friday’s offer shows that three players are now officially excluded from the race, with two more under question about him.
After not training again on Friday, safety Jordan Dangerfield (quadriceps), midfielder Ulysses Gilbert III (back) and defensive end Chris Warmley (knee) were ruled out for Steelers’ game on Sunday against Ravens. Dangerfield and Gilbert contribute to the big special teams. Last week, Gilbert saw a few clicks in the defense as an assistant to the subpack.
With Wormley coming out on Sunday, both Henry Mondeaux and Isaiah Buggs are likely to receive helmets against the Ravens and play reserve roles.
Restricted on Friday for the Steelers and at the end of the week, listed as suspicious are cornerback Mike Hilton (shoulder), defender Derek Watt (hamstring). Both players missed the team̵
Fully training for the Steelers on Friday were guard David Decastro (not related to injury), tight-fitting Eric Ebron (elbow), wide receiver Diontay Johnson (thumb), center Maurikis Punsi (elbow), quarterback Ben Rotlisberger (not connected) ), wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), protected end Stephon Tuitt (elbow) and dealing with Alejandro Villanueva (elbow). None of the eight players received game status indications in Friday’s injury report, so they must all play against the Ravens on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.