Steelers inactives vs Ravens: Tre Norwood, Malik Reed will watch from sidelines

Tre Norwood #21 of the Pittsburgh Steelers is helped off the field after an injury during the second quarter against the Las Vegas Raiders at Acrisure Stadium on December 24, 2022 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images)
Tre Norwood #21 of the Pittsburgh Steelers is helped off the field after an injury during the second quarter against the Las Vegas Raiders at Acrisure Stadium on December 24, 2022 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images) /
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The Steelers are geared up and ready to go against the Baltimore Ravens. Here are Pittsburgh’s inactives for Sunday Night Football in Week 17.

This is an all-hands-on-deck moment for the Pittsburgh Steelers, After beginning the season with a dismal 2-6 record entering the bye week, many didn’t think Mike Tomlin’s team would be in the position they are right now.

The Steelers clawed their way back to a 7-8 record heading into the final two games. Fortunately, the outcomes of today’s games have kept them alive in the playoff race. This will no doubt give Tomlin and his team an added fire tonight knowing that they are one step closer to the post-season.

Pittsburgh is looking very healthy at the moment with the exception of one quality starter. Here are the Steelers inactives vs Ravens in Week 17 for Sunday Night Football.

Steelers inactives vs Ravens Week 17

Apart from a handful of players missing practice time for personal reasons early in the week, the Steelers injury report looked encouraging leading up to tonight’s game. That’s more than can be said for the Ravens, who will be without several key players. Here are the Steelers inactives for Week 17:

  • DB Tre Norwood
  • EDGE Malik Reed
  • QB Mason Rudolph
  • OG Kendrick Green
  • LB Tae Crowder
  • DL Jonathan Marshall

The biggest injury news for the Steelers this week was that Tre Norwood missed practice all week with a lingering injury, but was able to suit up in limited fashion on Friday. However, he will be sidelined tonight. Joining him in street clothes is backup edge defender, Malik Reed. With their absences, the Steelers have activated rookie linebacker, Malik Reed.

As usual, third-string quarterback, Mason Rudolph, and former third-round interior offensive lineman, Kendrick Green, will be watching from the sidelines. Despite their statuses as former day-two draft choices, neither has seen the field all year.

Joining them in street clothes tonight will be newcomer defensive lineman, Jonathan Marshall, and the newest addition to the team, linebacker Tae Crowder.

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