PITTSBURGH — Steelers linebacker Bud Dupree left the team’s game against the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday in the fourth quarter.
Dupree suffered a knee injury on a third down while pursuing Ravens quarterback Trace McSorley. The team announced that he is questionable to return.
He first was examined on the Steelers bench, and then limped down the tunnel into the Pittsburgh locker room for further evaluation.
Dupree was leading the Steelers with five tackles on the evening when he left the game, two of which were tackles for a loss.
He will likely be replaced by rookie Alex Highsmith.