June 23, 2024

On a quick Thursday, the Pittsburgh Steelers finished up the final session of Ravens week.

With Pittsburgh in a must-win situation, their postseason journey will be determined by their health.

Fortunately for them, Thursday should strengthen their confidence ahead of Saturday’s game:

Najee Harris: Harris was a non-participant due to the same knee issue he has had for over a month. Harris has been playing through the injury, so unless he suffers a recurrence, he is unlikely to miss the Ravens game. Harris returned to practice on Thursday and said he will be ready for Saturday.

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Minkah Fitzpatrick: After missing back-to-back games with a knee injury, Coach Tomlin stated that he expects Minkah to participate in some capacity this week, which would be a step forward after two weeks of DNPs. Minkahwas still not present on Tuesday. Fitzpatrick returned to practice in a limited manner on Wednesday, which is a good indicator for his return. Fitzpatrick was limited again on Thursday and is officially questionable for Saturday.

Elandon Roberts: When he told reporters that we shouldn’t count out his comeback in Week 18, he raised some eyebrows, and Coach Tomlin backed that up on Monday, stating he expected Roberts to participate at some time this week. Roberts did not participate on Tuesday, but we’ll see where things go as the week progresses. Roberts returned to practice in a limited capacity on Wednesday, indicating that he may keep his word ahead of Saturday. On Thursday, he practiced again and promised the reporters that he would be ready for the Ravens game.

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