The Pittsburgh Steelers drubbed the Miami Dolphins in Sunday’s home Wild Card game and it sounds like they got out of the contest relatively healthy.
According to head coach Mike Tomlin during his post-game press conference, the team suffered no injuries of significance.
Tomlin, however, did say that rookie safety Sean Davis suffered a shoulder injury during the game and that he was able to return to action.
“Sean Davis went down with a shoulder in-game, but was able to go back in the game, but I imagine there could be some ramifications of that,” Tomlin said. “Other than that, normal bumps and bruises associated with the pursuit of victory, so we’re excited.”
The Steelers had a few players sit out Sundays game because of injuries and they were linebacker Anthony Chickillo (ankle), defensive end Ricardo Mathews (ankle), safety Robert Golden (ankle) and tight end Ladarius Green (concussion).
The Steelers now move on to play the Kansas City Chiefs in a road Divisional Round playoff game and Tomlin will update the health of his team during his weekly Tuesday press conference.