The Pittsburgh Steelers trainers have had a busy first half Sunday at Heinz Field as the team now has three players in the locker room.
Quarterback Bruce Gradkowski is the latest Steelers player to go down as he has suffered an injury to a finger on his left hand while attempting to recover a fumbled low shotgun snap from center Chris Hubbard.
Hubbard, who normally plays left guard, is getting a look Sunday afternoon at center against the Green Bay Packers.
With Gradkowski now sidelined, third-string quarterback Landry Jones will more than likely play the rest of the game.
Earlier in the game, center Maurkice Pouncey and defensive end Stephon Tuitt were both carted off with left ankle injuries.
The Packers currently lead the Steelers 16-9 at halftime.