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The Steelers had their final practice today in preparation for Sunday's game against the Broncos at Heinz Field, and two critical pieces will be inactive for the contest. Wide receiver James Washington (groin) and cornerback Cam Sutton (groin) have both been ruled out. Groin injuries continue to plague the Steelers this year. The total is now at six starters missing games due to groin injuries this year so far.
Defensive lineman Carlos Davis (knee) and offensive lineman Rashaad Coward (ankle) both have been ruled out, as well. It's the fourth consecutive game that Davis will miss.
The Steelers will get back both Chase Claypool (hamstring) and Chuks Okorafor (concussion) for Sunday's game after being out for the Packers game.
For the Broncos, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) is expected to play on Sunday. He was a full practice participant on Friday, but just hasn't been cleared yet. Tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (hamstring) has been ruled out and wide receiver Courtland Sutton rolled his ankle at Friday's practice and is listed as questionable. Cornerback Pat Surtain II (chest), running back Melvin Gordon (lower leg) and receiver/returner Diontae Spencer (chest) are also listed as questionable, all of whom did limited work.
Fangio said right guard Graham Glasgow (knee) and left guard Dalton Risner (ankle) will play after missing the Ravens game. Vic Fangio said it is “possible” both cornerback Ronald Darby (hamstring) and running back Mike Boone (quad) could be activated from injured reserve. If Darby is active, he will play limited snaps.