The Pittsburgh Steelers had a big 45-10 Sunday night over the Indianapolis Colts and they apparently they came out the game fairly healthy judging by the comments made by head coach Mike Tomlin during his post-game press conference.
Tomlin said that cornerback William Gay is currently in the league-mandated concussion protocol after leaving the game late in the fourth quarter with an apparent head injury.
“I don’t know if it is a concussion, but obviously we’ll put him in the protocol and do due diligence there,” said Tomlin.
Gay, by the way, hasn’t missed a game during his career.
Outside of Gay, Tomlin said the team just suffered minor bumps and bruises associated with playing a game.
The Steelers had two players miss Sunday night’s game with injuries as tight end Heath Miller (rib) and linebacker Sean Spence (hamstring) were both inactive.
The (7-5) Steelers will now start getting ready to play the Cincinnati Bengals on the road next Sunday. Tomlin will next meet with the media on Tuesday.