JUST IN: Steeler star player has gone on an Injury today, As he might miss the coming games

Pittsburgh — T.J. Watt’s rehabilitation is progressing well, and the Pittsburgh Steelers received a spate of positive injury news to close out the season. Following the 31-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Pittsburgh will focus on rehabilitating many of the injuries the team sustained over the season.

“T.J.’s rehabilitation is going well,” Tomlin stated. “He probably would have been available had we played this week.”


However, no major surgeries are likely to be performed throughout the season. Tomlin stated that certain cleanup operations will be scheduled quickly, but nothing substantial will keep a player out for months. Meanwhile, Joey Porter Jr. and Allen Robinson II are still in concussion protocol following the Bills game.


The Steelers also received a crucial update on Cole Holcomb. Holcomb has a target date for training camp and may even get some work in the OTAs, but it will depend on how quickly he progresses. At this point, Tomlin is unsure how close Holcomh is to attaining those objectives.


Cam Heyward, Isaac Seumalo, and Najee Harris all missed significant amounts of time this season due to injuries. Those ailments limited their practice availability during the season and could be the ones Tomlin mentions above.

Watt is not expected to require surgery for his injury. Other questions still persist, such as Keanu Neal, Trenton Thompson, and others who remained on injured reserve until the end of the season. However, based on Tomlin’s upbeat outlook, he is sure that many players’ ailments will not linger into the offseason and into next season.

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