Injury Report

Steelers Suffer No Major Injuries In Preseason Loss To Giants

The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped their 2014 preseason opener Saturday night at MetLife Stadium to the New York Giants 20-16, but they did come out of the game with only minor bumps and bruises.

According to head coach Mike Tomlin, starting left guard Ramon Foster had to leave in the first quarter after being poked in the eye. He was later seen on the sideline laughing with the other Steelers offensive linemen, so he should be fine.

Tomlin referred to other injuries suffered in the game as just minor bumps and bruises.

Four players did not dress for the game because of injuries and they were linebacker Ryan Shazier, tight end Michael Palmer, nose tackle Steve McLendon and wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey.

The Steelers will resume practices at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe on Monday.

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