The Steelers could be without their third-down, second string running back against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday night.
During his weekly news conference, head coach Mike Tomlin said that Jaylen Warren, who was injured in the first quarter of Sunday’s loss to Cincinnati, doesn’t have a “significant” hamstring injury.
The issue is while it isn’t serious, his participation this week is “in question.”
Tomlin said Warren’s injury did change their plan on offense a little. Running back Najee Harris had two carries in the first three drives of the second half. He had 90 yards on 20 carries.
Benny Snell Jr. came into the game for Warren and had zero carries.
Center Mason Cole, who was hurt in the second quarter, suffered a foot injury and missed the rest of the game.
Tomlin is confident that Cole will be available later in the week.
Special Teamer Miles Boykin was also unable to finish the game with an oblique injury in the first quarter.
Tomlin didn’t give much into his status saying, “we’ll see where this week leads us.”