The Steelers are starting to get healthy, as the injury report brought good news on multiple fronts for the team ahead of their matchup against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Tre Norwood (Hamstring) and Larry Ogunjobi (Toe/Personal) were the only two players who missed practice on Thursday, a good sign that most players should play on Sunday. For Ogunjobi, he is likely to be back at practice on Friday and should play on Sunday, as he has done in previous weeks.
Norwood was mistakenly omitted from Wednesday’s injury report while Cam Sutton was placed on the injury report. However, Sutton is not injured and will play on Sunday. Meanwhile, Norwood did not practice for a second straight day after suffering the injury in-game against the Raiders.
Myles Jack (groin) was limited on the day. The injury has nagged Jack since Week 14. He missed the Steelers’ matchup against the Carolina Panthers, but he played a week ago. Robert Spillane has stepped up in his absence.
Terrell Edmunds (Hamstring) was a full participant after missing last week’s matchup against the Raiders. Pittsburgh expected to welcome Edmunds back and he appears to be on track to return to the team on Sunday.
Cam Heyward, Najee Harris, and Pat Freiermuth all missed Wednesday’s practice due to personal reasons and practiced in full on Thursday.