Steelers Injury Report: Woodley, DeCastro, Bell And Adams All Probable For Dolphins Game
The Friday injury report for the Pittsburgh Steelers is now in for the Sunday afternoon game against the Miami Dolphins and it includes a little bit of good news.
Tackle Kelvin Beachum (knee) ends the week as doubtful after not practicing on Wednesday and Thursday. He is expected to miss the game with a knee sprain. Nose tackle Steve McLendon (ankle) is listed as questionable to end the week after being limited on Friday.
Tackle Mike Adams (ankle), running back Le’Veon Bell (concussion), guard David DeCastro (foot) and linebacker LaMarr Woodley (calf) are all listed as probable on Friday after all practiced fully. For what it’s worth, Woodley said he will be starting this Sunday on the left side after Friday’s practice was over and DeCastro said that he will playing against the Dolphins. Woodley, however, expects his snaps to be monitored closely.
With Beachum likely out, Adams will start at left tackle. Also, defensive end Brett Keisel (foot) will also miss the game this Sunday as he was ruled out earlier in the week.