Here is the final Pittsburgh Steelers injury report for the opening game against the Cleveland Browns.
The Steelers will be without Lance Moore due to a groin injury. Moore did not practice Wednesday or Thursday and was officially ruled out on Friday. The Steelers wide receiving corps will also be without Martavis Bryant. Bryant was officially listed as doubtful on the injury report as he missed practice Wednesday and Thursday with a shoulder injury. Without Moore and Bryant in the lineup watch for Justin Brown and Darrius Heyward-Bey to get a lot of playing time.
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Steelers linebacker Sean Spence will be active for the game. On Friday he was put on the injury report as probable with a knee injury. If the 25-year-old Spence sees the field, it will be his first official NFL game in his three-year career with the Steelers.
Other players inactive for the Steelers are guard Christopher Hubbard, center Wesley Johnson, quarterback Landry Jones, corner Brice McCain, and defensive tackle Daniel McCullers.
As for the Browns, they have injuries on both lines. On offense they will be without Paul McQuistan, who has an ankle injury, leaving the offensive line with only seven players. On defense the Browns will be without John Hughes (hamstring) and Desmond Bryant (wrist). The D-Line will also only have seven players active.
Joe Haden was listed as probable on the injury report on Friday. He will be active with a foot injury.
Other Browns inactive players include corner Pierre Desir, linebacker Eric Martin, defensive back Robert Nelson, and running back Glenn Winston.
Enjoy the game. Go Steelers.