Steelers T Marcus Gilbert Leaves Chiefs Game With Hamstring Injury

The Pittsburgh Steelers currently lead the Kansas City Chiefs 9-3 in the second quarter and starting right tackle Marcus Gilbert has left the game with a hamstring injury. He is questionable to return per the team.

Gilbert made the start Sunday in Kansas City after missing the team’s last three games with a hamstring injury. He was replaced by Chris Hubbard at right tackle. Hubbard started in place of Gilbert the last three games.

The Steelers dressed seven offensive linemen on Sunday against the Chiefs as guard Ramon Foster and Jerald Hawkins were both inactive. Matt Feiler is dressed, however.

  • billrubr

    Really, is anyone surprised that Gilbert is hurt again? I’m actually impressed he lasted as long as he did.

  • pittsburghjoe

    He was rushed back. No surprises here. He is going to need 6 weeks for this to heal.

  • TrappenWeisseGuy ;

    Yep, hamstrings take a long time to get back to football condition.

  • Iulo

    And just few days ago I was commenting that we didn’t need to rush on him, that PIT shall have given him more time for recovery… ahhh… sad, really sad…
    the same happened to Sutton and he went into IR… hope Gilbert recovers and he is back for the last part of the season… PIT needs him for the playoff run