PITTSBURGH — The Steelers welcomed back two players to the field who did not practice on Thursday. On Friday, wide receiver Diontae Johnson and defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi returned to the practice field to work with the team ahead of their Sunday matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
Ogunjobi (Toe) had missed the last two days of practices. He was listed in the bumps and bruises category by Mike Tomlin in his Tuesday press conference. Meanwhile, Diontae Johnson (Hip) was limited on Wednesday and did not practice on Thursday. However, both of them suiting up to practice on Friday is a solid indication that both may play in the critical rivalry game on Sunday.