The Pittsburgh Steelers have now wrapped up their Thursday training camp practice and head coach Mike Tomlin updated the injuries that took place during the day.
According to Tomlin, running back Isaac Redman suffered a stinger when he took a hard hit on the first offensive play from scrimmage.
As for running back Le\’Veon Bell, who left practice with a left knee injury, Tomlin called it a reaggravation of the previous knee injury the running back had that prevented him from playing Saturday night in the preseason opener against the New York Giants.
Tomlin did indicate that he\’s not concerned about Bell\’s injury. Bell reportedly removed the wrap from his knee later during practice, but was walking with a pronounced limp.
Bell was expected to play this coming Monday night in the Steelers second preseason game against the Washington Redskins, but his status for that game is now obviously in question.
As far as Redman goes, he will likely be day-to day.
I've talked to a couple of #Steelers, who don't believe Bell's injury is serious.
— James C Wexell (@jimwexell) August 15, 2013