Steelers coach Mike Tomlin met with the media on Tuesday to address the team’s 27-21 win over the Bengals. Among other things, he reviewed the injuries from Monday night, which he described as “somewhat of a laundry list.”
The fourth-year coach said three players suffered concussions on Monday night: safety Will Allen, running back Mewelde Moore, and fullback Isaac Redman.
Tomlin said that center Maurkice Pouncey, who returned after suffering a leg injury in the first half of the game, has a tibia bruise. Guard Chris Kemoeatu has a knee sprain, and he’s expected to be limited in the first part of the week.
Tight end Heath Miller has fluid on his knee, tackle Max Starks suffered “stingers,” and defensive end Brett Keisel continues to deal with a hamstring injury. Tomlin said that Keisel “was really quite unable to get it going last night.”
The Steelers host the Patriots on Sunday night. On NBC.