The list of training-camp knee injuries continues to grow.
But the latest one also falls into the category (at least initially) of “not serious.”
Steelers nose tackle Casey Hampton, who spent the early stages of last year’s preseason practices not practicing because he hadn’t spent enough time before that not eating, left Sunday’s session with a knee injury.
Coach Mike Tomlin said the injury isn’t serious.
Wideout Limas Sweed exited with a hamstring injury, and running back Willie Parker sat out a second straight practice with back spasms.
The good news for the Steelers was that linebacker LaMarr Woodley returned to action after missing three days with swelling in his knee.