While the Pittsburgh Steelers are getting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back from injury this weekend, they will not have linebacker LaMarr Woodley when they take on the San Diego Chargers.
Woodley sustained a high ankle sprain two weeks ago during the Steelers loss to the Cleveland Browns. He wasn’t able to play last weekend against the Baltimore Ravens, and he’ll miss at least one more week of action due to his ankle injury. There are different degrees of sprains, but high ankles generally sideline players anywhere from three to six weeks.
Over the 10 games Woodley has been able to suit up for this season he’s recorded 29 tackles, four sacks, one interception and a forced fumble.
The Steelers have also ruled offensive lineman Mike Adams out against the Chargers, while the team has listed started left guard Willie Colon as probable to play after he missed two games due to a knee injury.