The Pittsburgh Steelers injury report featured just one blemish at the end of a clean week of practice, with the playoff opener against the Buffalo Bills coming up this weekend.

The Steelers listed three players on their final injury report. Three were complete participants, two did not practice, and just one was disqualified for Wild Card Weekend.

Offensive guard Isaac Seumalo, who practiced fully the day before, sat out the final session of the week but was not given an injury classification for the game, so he is expected to play. He’s been battling with a persistent shoulder ailment for a few weeks and has lost some practice time while the Steelers work to manage it.

Superstar outside linebacker T.J. Watt is out with a knee injury, as predicted.

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The Steelers’ remaining three injured players, linebacker Elandon Roberts (pectoral), running back Najee Harris (knee), and safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, have all practiced extensively for the previous two days and are ready for kickoff versus the Bills.

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