No Chants of “Heath” Sunday at Heinz; TE Ruled Out vs Bengals

Tight end Heath Miller won’t be on the field Sunday vs the Bengals at home after suffering a concussion during Sunday night’s 13-10 win over the Ravens. Also out for the Steelers are defensive end Aaron Smith (torn triceps tendon) and defensive end Steve McClendon .

The following players are all probable: offensive tackle Flozell Adams (ankle), safety Troy Polamalu (ankle) and running back Isaac Redman (ankle).

All three of those players are expected to play, including Adams who left the game vs the Ravens and didn’t come back, but has practiced this week and said he would go vs the Bengals.

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1 Comment on "No Chants of “Heath” Sunday at Heinz; TE Ruled Out vs Bengals"

  1. It is really hard to believe that everyone calls the Steelers the dirtiest team in the league, but when watching the Ravens game, on numerous occasions they played extremely dirty. Unfortunately their play cost us Heath Miller for a game in which WE CAN NOT take lightly!

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