PITTSBURGH — Three Steelers have their availability for Sunday’s AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Running back Najee Harris, inside linebacker Robert Spillane and slot cornerback Arthur Maulet are all expected to be limited early in the week of practice after suffering injuries against Baltimore in Week 18.
Harris suffered a right elbow injury and was able to return to the game, but head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that he expects Harris to be limited in his availability this week. Spillane suffered a knee injury in the game and will also be limited early this week.
Maulet was removed from the game to be evaluated for a concussion and did not return. Tomlin confirmed that Maulet is in the NFL concussion protocol to start the week.
The Steelers could get two players back to health, as center Kendrick Green and left tackle Dan Moore Jr. are expected to practice on Wednesday.