Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin provided an injury update as the team gets ready to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The good news is that the team is healthy entering Week 5.
“We didn’t absorb any major negativity (in Baltimore). Some of the guys went into that game with some pre-existing things, things that we had monitored during the week leading up to the game, guys like Sean Davis, Stephon Tuitt and T.J. Watt. But none of those things appeared to be issues in-game or after the game, so we’ll move forward this week,” Tomlin said via the team’s official website. “Naturally, we have some normal bumps and bruises associated with play, and so we’ll watch a number of guys through the early portion of the week, but nothing significant to speak of there.”
Tomlin also gave an update on James Harrison. The Steelers’ all-time sack leader didn’t dress in Week 4. He’s only appeared in two games this season.
“James Harrison was sick [last week], and he missed a lot of time in preparation for the game, and that weighed into the equation [of making him inactive] as well. He was feeling better on Sunday morning, but he had missed a lot of prep time leading up to that.”
A healthy Steelers team will host the Jaguars on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.