UPDATE: Wormley has been ruled out with a knee injury, per the team.
Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Chris Wormley went down with an injury on a 2nd down incompletion by Anthony Brown. Wormley was on the ground holding his knee, and the medical staff rushed out to help him on the field. Wormley was clutching his left knee and seemed to be in pain. The former Ravens defensive lineman had a sack earlier in the game and has played a big part for the Steelers’ defense this year. We’ll see what Wormley’s status is going forward.
UPDATE: Huntley is questionable to return, per Ray Fittipaldo.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley went to the blue medical tent and that was seen on the CBS broadcast heading to the locker room following a third-down hit by safety Minkah Fitzpatrick. Huntley got his ankle rolled up on underneath defensive lineman Montravius Adams. He’ll be replaced by undrafted rookie Anthony Brown.
UPDATE: Bush has returned to the game.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Devin Bush went down after a third-down hit by S Minkah Fitzpatrick that stopped Tyler Huntley short of the sticks. Bush was down on a knee and later walked off the field under his own power, assisted by trainers. We’ll keep you updated on Bush’s status.
UPDATE: Per Jenna Harner of WPXI, Pickett is not on the sidelines and Trubisky is coming in at quarterback. Per the team, Pickett is out the rest of the game due to a concussion.
Per the CBS Broadcast, Pickett was being evaluated for a concussion but he cleared protocol and is good to go. He will return on the Steelers’ next offensive series.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett exited the game following Pittsburgh’s first offensive series and headed to the blue medical tent after taking a third down sack. On the play, Pickett’s head slammed to the ground as Roquan Smith finished the tackle, which would make it seem as if Pickett is getting checked for a concussion. He suffered a concussion earlier this season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Obviously, another concussion would be the concern for Pickett, but he limped off the field, making it appear to be a lower-body injury. Given the hard hit that Pickett took on the sack, it could also be a precautionary trip, although Pickett did appear to be banged up after the hit.
Hopefully, the injury isn’t anything serious and Pickett will be able to remain in the game. If Pickett would miss any time, backup quarterback Mitch Trubisky would replace Pickett, just as he did against the Buccaneers. We’ll keep you updated on any changes in Pickett’s status.