Steelers cornerback Bryant McFadden will not start at left cornerback Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts as Ed Bouchette reports that defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau stated today that he would stick with the same secondary he used against Seahawks this past week. That means that William Gay will make a second straight start outside and Keenan Lewis will come off the bench to play outside when the Steelers play the nickel. Gay would then slide inside to his accustomed nickel corner spot in those situations.
McFadden has been slowed all preseason with his hamstring injury that forced him to miss most of training camp and all of the preseason games. He was inactive last week against the Seahawks, but has since resumed practicing and was not on the Wednesday injury report.