The Pittsburgh Steelers are currently still on the field conducting their first training camp practice of the 2014 season and it appears as though we have our first injury.
According to Will Graves of the Associated Press, backup center/guard David Snow left the field early and was accompanied by trainers.
According to our very own Alex Kozora, Snow looked like he suffered a leg injury. He was working as the second-team center on Friday being as Cody Wallace was working as the first-team left guard. Wallace was working as a starter because Ramon Foster has yet to report to camp due to the sudden death of his mother.
Snow was signed by the Steelers last December due to injuries. He entered the league in 2012 with the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent.
UPDATE: After practice, head coach Mike Tomlin called it a foot or ankle injury for Snow.
Second UPDATE: Snow reportedly exited locker room with a boot on his foot.