Polamalu Passes Concussion Tests, Will Be a Go For Sunday

The Steelers got good news Tuesday, as coach Mike Tomlin announced that safety Troy Polamalu passed a concussion test and that he is “good to go” for Sunday’s game against the Cardinals.

Tomlin said barring any setbacks, he thinks Polamalu will take the practice field on Wednesday. Polamalu left last Sunday’s game in the fourth quarter with “concussion-like symptoms.”

The team will be without guard Doug Legursky, he had surgery on his dislocated toe, and will miss about two weeks. He also does not expect to have defensive linemen Casey Hampton or Aaron Smith available for the game in Arizona.

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