Steelers have three LBs in question
The Pittsburgh Steelers head into their AFC North rematch with the possibility of having up to three of their starting linebackers out for the Sunday night game.
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Lamarr Woodley termed himself a "game-time decision" with his hamstring injury.
Meanwhile, James Harrison wants to return this week after suffering a broken orbital bone last month, but says he will only do so if he receives medical clearance because of concerns about his vision.
"It's my vision, and it's not something I'm going to take a chance with," Harrison said. "If there's any possibilities that something could go wrong, there's not a chance that I'm going to go. It's all up to the doctors."
Farrior, a 15-year veteran, was scratched last Sunday because of a calf injury and indicated that he has been pushing himself this week in practice to try and get ready for the Ravens, who hammered the Steelers, 35-7, in the season opener.
Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau indicated that if any or all of the trio are not available, that he has plans B an C ready to go.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com