Both Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker T.J. Watt appear to be less injured than originally feared, with Watt avoiding surgery for his left pectoral injury and Najee Harris available for this Sunday’s Week 2 home opener against New England.
Watt is still pursuing second and third opinions on his injury on Tuesday. Harris’ injury is a re-aggravation of the Lisfranc sprain that kept him out of parts of training camp. The ankle injury for Levi Wallace is also not expected to be serious.
Cowboys starting quarterback Dak Prescott is injured and is expected to miss eight weeks. Could Mike McCarthy and Jerry Jones come calling about Mason Rudolph?
Steelers snap counts, grades from Week 1 against the Bengals.
The Steelers got a win and the Steelers social media crew got off a dunk.
Patriots QB Mac Jones injured his back and is questionable to play against the Steelers in Week 2.
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Lamar Jackson turned down $250 million from the Baltimore Ravens.
The Steelers are off. Mike Tomlin will speak with the media at noon. — Alan Saunders
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