In a pivotal divisional matchup against the Bengals on Sunday, the Steelers will be without cornerback Joe Haden, and they also placed tight end Eric Ebron and offensive lineman J.C. Hassenauer on injured reserve.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers' defense will be closer to full strength against the Cincinnati Bengals with the return of T.J. Watt and Minkah Fitzpatrick and possible return of Joe Haden.
The Raiders moved a step closer to the playoffs, while the Bills jumped into the AFC East's top seed. Here is the current postseason outlook after Thursday's trio of games.
The Steelers have activated safety Minkah Fitzpatrick off the COVID-19 list and he's eligible to play Sunday against the Bengals.
Who is the top seed in the AFC? Which player can be a breakout star over the last two months? Our insiders weigh in.
Leon Lett's Thanksgiving blunder will go down in history, Josh Allen had a breakout on Turkey Day, while Barry Sanders was must-see holiday TV for a decade.
The Patriots jumped the Bills in the AFC East, the Cardinals extended their NFC West lead and the Titans stayed atop the AFC despite a loss. Here is the current postseason outlook.
After missing a week of practice with COVID-19, Ben Roethlisberger threw for 3 touchdowns and helped the Steelers mount a fourth-quarter, 27-point comeback that fell just short Sunday night against the Chargers.
— Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers had the uncanny knack of blowing double-digit leads and losing in the last minute.
Colts running back Jonathan Taylor scored five times in a win over the Bills, and the Packers and Titans both took unexpected losses. Here's what to know from Week 11.
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has been activated to the team's 53-man roster after passing the NFL's COVID-19 protocols, the team announced Saturday morning.
Our NFL reporters have the latest injury updates to key players entering the weekend.
The Steelers ruled out T.J. Watt (hip, knee) and cornerback Joe Haden (foot) for Sunday night's game vs. the Chargers, along with guard Kevin Dotson and defensive lineman Isaiahh Loudermilk.
Steelers QB Mason Rudolph is preparing this week like he will start Sunday night's game against the Chargers, but he is aware that he could be the backup if Ben Roethlisberger returns from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Let's run through races in the NFC South, AFC West and AFC North and identify what's driving them with seven weeks remaining.
Elite edge rushers, stalwart offensive tackles and just a so-so quarterback class. Jordan Reid projects the top 32 picks in April's draft.
The Steelers are going to build their game plan around QB Mason Rudolph but aren't counting out Ben Roethlisberger playing against the Chargers, coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday.
Kevin Byard and the Titans can't wait for the Pats, next week is key for the Daniel Jones and the Giants, while K.C. and Travis Kelce want a rematch with the Chargers.
Steelers safety Minkah Fitzpatrick has tested positive for COVID-19, sources told ESPN's Kimberley Martin, putting his status for Sunday's game against the Chargers in doubt.
As we enter the second half of the season, we tier every team based on current playoff likelihood. Which teams are ready for a Super Bowl run, and which are prepping for 2022?
After Sunday's game between Pittsburgh and Detroit ended in a 16-16 tie, Steelers RB Najee Harris said he "didn't even know you could tie in the NFL," while Lions RB Godwin Igwebuike said he was asking teammates, "How many overtimes can we do?"
— Detroit's long losing streak is over. The threat of a winless season still remains.
Week 10 takeaways, big questions: Blowouts for Pats, Cowboys, Bills, Chiefs; Panthers upset Cardinals
New England, Dallas and Buffalo all scored more than 40 points, but Tampa Bay and Baltimore were upset. And we had a tie! Here's what to know from Week 10.
While Jared Goff struggled, the Lions' ground game picked up the slack.