The Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Buffalo Bills Sunday 24-17 and in addition to winning the game, it appears as though they avoided any serious injuries.
During his post-game press conference, head coach Mike Tomlin indicated that safety Mike Mitchell was able to return to the contest after suffering a knee injury in the first half.
“We’ll see where that leads us,” Tomlin said of Mitchell. “I’ll give you a further update once we get back to Pittsburgh. But largely, I thought we got out of it pretty healthy.”
The Steelers had a few players miss Sunday’s game against the Bills with injuries as safety Shamarko Thomas (concussion), guard Ramon Foster (chest), defensive tackle Javon Hargrave (concussion), wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey (foot) and running back DeAngelo Williams (knee) were all inactive.
The 8-5 Steelers will now get ready to play the Cincinnati Bengals on the road next Sunday and Tomlin will update the health of his team again on Tuesday during his weekly press conference.