The Steelers will have defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi against the Baltimore Ravens after he was upgraded from questionable to no injury designation from the Steelers on Saturday.
Ogunjobi dealt with a toe injury this week, missing the first two days of practice while logging only a limited practice on Friday. The injury has nagged Ogunjobi for most of the second half this season, but he has yet to miss a game with the ailment.
Key the Steelers’ run defense, Larry Ogunjobi is a huge piece to the defensive line, especially after Chris Wormley suffered a Torn ACL, knocking him out for the season. With Pittsburgh’s run defense surging upwards after shutting down a good Panthers and Raiders rushing attack, Ogunjobi’s presence against the Ravens is especially important if Pittsburgh wants to pull out of the game with a win.
Tre Norwood will still miss Sunday’s game with a hamstring injury while Myles Jack is questionable with his groin injury. Pittsburgh would like to have Jack in the game as well to have the full reinforcements along the front seven as possible. If Jack can not play, Robert Spillane, Devin Bush, and Mark Robinson are poised to pick up the slack.