Steelers RB Harris does not practice, Chiefs WR Hill goes full

Steelers/Chiefs practice reports
Steelers running back Najee Harris
Steelers running back Najee Harris Photo credit © Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The Steelers injury report was pretty much what Mike Tomlin predicted what it would look like on Tuesday.

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Running back Najee Harris did not practice after the elbow injury he suffered early during Sunday’s game against Baltimore.

While Harris did return and helped contribute to help the Steelers win in overtime, Tomlin said he would likely be limited at the beginning of the week in practice.

Defensive back Arthur Maulet, who suffered a concussion on Sunday was limited.

Offensive tackle Dan Moore Jr. went full coming back from his ankle injury.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who normal does not practice on Wednesday was limited with this pectoral/right shoulder issue.

Not listed on the injury report was inside linebacker Robert Spillane who’s been dealing with a knee injury and center Kendrick Green who was injured and then placed in COVID protocol, but was seen been taken off the list.

Wide receiver James Washington remains in protocol.

On the Chiefs side of the ball, Wide receiver Tyreek Hills who has been limited with a heel injury went full on Wednesday.

Other Chiefs injuries: running back Darrel Williams was limited with a toe injury, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire was limited with a shoulder, tackle Orlando Brown, linebacker Willie Gay, tight end Travis Kelce, safety Tyrann Mathieu, cornerback L’Jarius Sneed and guard Andrew Wylie all went full.