The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered quite a few injuries in their Week 3 road loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and on Tuesday head coach Mike Tomlin updated the health status of his team as they start preparations for their Week 4 home game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Tomlin said Tuesday that Ryan Shazier (knee), Eli Rogers (turf toe) and guard Ramon Foster (chest) are all highly questionable for the Sunday night game against the Chiefs. Rogers, by the way, is currently wearing a boot on his left foot.
With Foster likely to be sidelined Sunday night, B.J. Finney might have to make his first career start.
Linebacker Lawrence Timmons (leg) suffered a puncture wound during the game against the Eagles and Tomlin expects him to be good to go against the Chiefs.
Safety Sean Davis (back) needs to practice to participate on Sunday, according to Tomlin. Additionally, safety Robert Golden (hamstring) is still being evaluated after being injured Sunday and he will be monitored throughout the week.
Tomlin also said that fullback Roosevelt Nix (back) and center/guard Cody Wallace (knee) are continuing to work back from their injuries and that both will be monitored throughout the week.
While not mentioned by Tomlin, cornerback Senquez Golson (foot) is expected to miss the Chiefs game.