May 25, 2024

When playing the Packers, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defence will be without two starters.

Pittsboro, PA When the Pittsburgh Steelers play the Green Bay Packers at Acrisure Stadium this week, they will be missing two key members of their starting defence.

Steelers vs Packers: Green Bay could be down 2 key defensive starters

Safety Minkah Fitzpatrick and defensive lineman Montravius Adams had already been ruled out due to injuries. Mason Rudolph, the quarterback, defensive tackle Breiden Fohoko, running back Godwin Igwebuike, cornerback Darius Rush, and offensive lineman Dylan Cook were all healthy scratches.

 

Rudolph is still in his uniform, but he is not allowed to play unless the Steelers have used up every other quarterback option.

Despite having injury designations through the end of the week and being limited at various points during the week, defensive lineman Cameron Heyward and linebacker Elandon Roberts will play against Green Bay. This week, outside linebacker Nick Herbig also struggled with a calf injury. Despite this, he is healthy and ready for action on game day.

 

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After working for The Pitt News, the independent student newspaper of the University of Pittsburgh, for four years as a sports writer and editor, Stephen Thompson earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and political science from Pitt in April 2022. In addition to covering other sports as needed, he worked the Pitt men’s basketball beat in addition to filling in for football, volleyball, softball,

gymnastics, and lacrosse. The Associated College Press and the Pennsylvania News Media Association have recognised his work at The Pitt News with awards. Stephen worked as an intern for Pittsburgh Sports Now in the spring and summer of 2021, covering baseball in western Pennsylvania. Originating from Washington, D.C., familial ties have fostered a passion for Pitt athletics and Boston’s professional teams, as well as an interest in sports in general.

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