PITTSBURGH — The Steelers will have to wait until gameday to see the status of star running back Najee Harris. The standout Alabama product suffered an elbow injury against the Ravens and returned to the game to finish it out. H
owever, he had not practiced at all in the first two practices of the week. He returned on Friday in full capacity but is still listed as questionable. It seems likely that Harris will play, but it still remains to be seen as a definite.
Meanwhile, Harris confirmed that JuJu Smith-Schuster was back on the practice field for a second straight day. While it remains to be seen if Smith-Schuster, who is returning from shoulder surgery, will be able to play, he is certainly taking the right steps forward to potentially play.
As for the rest of the players on the report, Trai Turner (knee) returned to practice after missing Thursday’s practice. He was a full participant and was not listed on the final injury report. Meanwhile, Dan Moore Jr. (ankle), Arthur Maulet (concussion), and Ben Roethlisberger (pectoral/right shoulder) all were not listed on the final injury report and will play.
Moore missed last Sunday’s game against the Ravens with a high ankle sprain. However, the Steelers will now have their starting left tackle back into the fold. For the most part, the Steelers are healthy. They simply wait on the statuses of Smith-Schuster and Harris.