Steelers RB Isaac Redman And LB Stevenson Sylvester Out Against Chiefs

The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs Saturday night at Heinz Field and below is a look at the players who have been ruled out for the game.

G Justin Cheadle (hamstring) – Will miss second straight game with serious hamstring injury.

CB DeMarcus Van Dyke (hamstring) – Has yet to play during the preseason after suffering a hamstring injury early in training camp.

RB Isaac Redman (stinger) – This will be the second game in a row that Redman will miss after suffering a stinger a few weeks ago in practice.

TE Matt Spaeth (foot) – Spaeth has a long road back from Lisfranc surgery.

RB Le\’Veon Bell (foot) – Bell will be sidelined for several weeks with a mid-foot sprain, but surgery will not be needed.

RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (knee) – Recovering from a grade one MCL sprain.

DE Nick Williams (knee?) – Played this past Monday, but will miss his second game of the preseason.

CB Isaiah Green (unknown) – Played in the first two games and played well.

LB Stevenson Sylvester (ankle) – Still hasn\’t recovered from the ankle injury suffered in the preseason opener.

TE Heath Miller (knee) – PUP

LB Sean Spence (knee) – PUP

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  • Douglas Andrews

    Now this is interesting. The trade for Felix Jones is making more sense now. I think if Dwyer has a good showing again there’s no way you can keep both he and Red. Think Red might be the odd man out seeing as though his health has been a question mark going back to last season.

  • cencalsteeler

    The everlasting gobstopper,… uh, I mean stinger.

  • DoctorNoah

    No way! They will keep at least four, methinks: Bell, Dwyer, Redman, and LaRod. Both Batch and Jones are going to have to claw their way in depending on injuries. Batch is a good special teams guy and an experienced blocker, but hardly dynamic and not big enough to feature. Jones might make it as a fifth RB. I think cap hit is barely on their minds right now.