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The first practice of Ravens week two is now complete as the Steelers prepare to host the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday night at Heinz Field. The Wednesday injury says that linebacker James Farrior (calf), linebacker James Harrison (eye), wide receiver Hines Ward (ankle), linebacker LaMarr Woodley (hamstring) and tackle Jonathan Scott (ankle) were all limited today. Harrison is still hopeful to play this weekend, but won't overrule what the doctors say. Harrison said, "I've only got two eyes. I'm not messing with my vision." Ward said earlier in the day that he would not miss this game for the world. Read more [...]Steelers Ravens Week 9 Practice Injury Report – Wednesday is a post from: Steelers Depot
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Hines Ward has been out with an ankle injury, and says he did not play last weekend because he knew his team was good enough to beat the Patriots and their weak secondary.
The Steelers wrapped up their second practice of the week on Thursday in preparation for their Sunday night game at Heinz Field versus the Baltimore Ravens. The Thursday injury report is out and it shows that linebackers James Farrior (calf), James Harrison (eye) and LaMarr Woodley (hamstring) all were limited Thursday for a second straight day. Farrior said he pushed himself a bit...
Coach Mike Tomlin said James Harrison will be evaluated during the week, as the Steelers prepare for their rematch with the Baltimore Ravens.
LaMarr Woodley labeled himself a "game-time decision." James Harrison wants "to go" and is waiting for doctors James Farrior felt "pretty good" after pushing himself in practice.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley remained limited in practice on Thursday and his status for Sunday's showdown with Baltimore is questionable.
Pittsburgh linebacker likely to miss extended period of time with injuryLaMarr Woodley's hamstring injury is "not good," a team source told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and he could miss an extended period of time -- further weakening an already depleted linebacker corps.
BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-2) at PITTSBURGH STEELERS (6-2)Sunday, 8:20 P.M. ET, NBC, Sirius (Bal 92, Pit 93) Westwood One Radio
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