PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - A pair of offensive players ruled out after not practicing this week, but most of the rest of the team going through a full, final practice on Saturday.
Receiver Diontae Johnson will not play, as expected along with running back Anthony McFarland, who was out all week with a knee issue that has just grown worse over time. McFarland was one of the brightest spots from the game on Sunday averaging 30 yards per kick return and caught a couple of passes out of the backfield.
No one else ruled out although a player was limited for the first time this week on Saturday. Receiver George Pickens did not practice full due to a hamstring injury. The severity of which is not known, but again was able to do parts of practice on the South Side two days before the game.
Others who had missed time this week were all back full
For the Browns, receiver Amari Cooper is questionable with a groin injury suffered in practice on Saturday. Steelers Patrick Peterson praising Cooper earlier this week for being a veteran presence for QB Deshaun Watson.
Safety Juan Thornhill (calf) is questionable, he was inactive against the Bengals.