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Terrell Edmunds among 5 Inactives for Steelers vs. Raiders



Terrell Edmunds

PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Steelers strong safety Terrell Edmunds will not play against the Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday night after missing practice all week with a hamstring injury, the team announced on Saturday.

Terrell Edmunds was listed by head coach Mike Tomlin as a player that he expected to play this week if things went right with his hamstring, but it appears that will not happen. Edmunds was officially listed as questionable in the team’s final injury report on Thursday. Safety Damontae Kazee will take his place, starting for the first time this season. Elijah Riley was elevated to the active roster in preparation for this. Tre Norwood and special teamer Miles Killebrew round out the safety group.

Other inactives for the Steelers include linebacker Mark Robinson, defensive tackle Jonathan Marshall, quarterback Mason Rudolph, and guard Kendrick Green. Most of those players have rotated in and out of the inactives list throughout their time this season.

Linebacker Myles Jack and wide receiver Diontae Johnson will play after being listed as questionable for the game. Both got practices in late in the week and now will play. George Pickens dealt with an illness this week but will play.

Meanwhile, for the Raiders, cornerback Rock Ya-Sin and running back Zamir White will miss Saturday’s game. They will return big nose tackle Andrew Billings, who is a significant return for the team. It will be his first game since Week 12 after suffering a fibula injury.


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