As the Steelers and Ravens prepare to play next weekend, their first meeting since January, two key players won’t be on the field.
Pittsburgh safety Troy Polamalu and Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs suffered knee sprains in Week 10 against division rivals from Ohio, and both are expected to miss several weeks.
Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, Polamalu could be out up to a month — and Suggs could miss up to six weeks.
Polamalu has a PCL sprain; he injured an MCL in September. Suggs suffered an MCL injury when Browns quarterback Brady Quinn dove for Suggs’ knee after an interception made on Monday night by someone other than Suggs.
The Ravens host the Steelers next Sunday night on NBC.