The Thursday injury report for Pittsburgh Steelers is now out and it includes a little bit of good news.
First for the bad news. Tackle Kelvin Beachum (knee) and nose tackle Steve McLendon (ankle) both failed to practice again on Thursday and the general consensus seems to be that both won't play Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
After not being able to practice on Wednesday, guard David DeCastro (foot) was able to work on a limited basis on Thursday. Friday will now be a big day in determining whether or not he will be able to play on Sunday.
After being limited on Wednesday, linebacker LaMarr Woodley (calf) was able to practice fully on Thursday and it is looking like he might make it back this week after missing the last three games with a calf injury.
Also practicing fully on Thursday were tackle Mike Adams (ankle) and running back Le'Veon Bell (concussion). Bell says he has passed all of his concussion tests so far, so odds are good he'll play on Sunday baring a setback. As for Adams, he is expected to start at left tackle with Beachum expected to be out.
Defensive end Brett Keisel (foot) has already been ruled out for the Dolphins game and he did not practice on Thursday.