Pittsburgh Steelers nickel cornerback Mike Hilton is questionable with a shoulder injury for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Hilton suffered the shoulder injury two weeks ago against the Cleveland Browns, and missed last week’s win over the Tennessee Titans. The star slot corner was limited in practice on Thursday and Friday after sitting out on Wednesday.
Hilton leads the Steelers with 29 total tackles. He also has three sacks, an interception and a fumble recovery.
Steelers fullback T.J. Watt is also listed as questionable for Sunday, as he continues to battle the hamstring injury he originally suffered against the Houston Texans in Week Three. Watt did not practice Wednesday either, but has been limited the last two days.
Pittsburgh will not have linebacker Ulysees Gilbert (back), safety Jordan Dangerfield (quadricep) or nose tackle Chris Wormley (knee) when they visit Baltimore, as all three are listed as out for the heavyweight matchup.
Gilbert’s absence is the most concerning considering the Steelers are already thin without starting linebacker Devin Bush, who will miss the remainder of the 2020 season with a torn ACL.
Pittsburgh acquired Wormley and a 2021 seventh-round pick from Baltimore earlier this year for a 2021 fifth-rounder. Wormley will now miss his homecoming game at M&T Bank Stadium this weekend.