Coming into Sunday's game with the Denver Broncos, the Pittsburgh Steelers are hurting a bit. In his first press conference of the new regular season, head coach Mike Tomlin noted a batch of injuries that the Steelers are working through, including running back Isaac Redman's ankle. The 27-year-old will need to show that his ankle is ready to go if he wants to get the start.
Redman is one of several players on the starting bubble for the prime-time game. Others include James Harrison, Rashard Mendenhall and Mike Wallace. All of those players are likely to see some playing time even if they do not start, as none of them have actually been ruled out of the game.
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