Pittsburgh Steelers left guard Ramon Foster has suffered a lower leg injury of some sorts during the team’s Saturday’s training camp practice.
Foster, who is in his tenth season, was carted off the practice field with what looks to be a right knee injury. He was replaced by B.J. Finney after leaving the field.
A former undrafted free agent out of Tennessee, Foster has made 115 total regular season starts for the Steelers so far during his career. The Steelers oldest offensive lineman is currently in the final year of a three-year contract.
after practice was over, Steelers head coach addressed Foster’s injury.
“Ramon Foster went down with a lower body injury. He’s being evaluated. When I get further definitive information I’ll share that with you,” Tomlin said.
The Steelers lost fellow offensive lineman Jerald Hawkins for the season to a quad injury earlier during the offseason.