Hits keep coming Pittsburgh Steelers, who lost 5-5-1 in Sunday’s season after a big loss to Bengali. In Monday, announced team that it has laid stars on the road TJ Watt on the / COVID-19 roster, leaving the possibility of getting ready for Week 13’s showdown against Baltimore Raven suspect.
If Watt is vaccinated, it’s early enough in the week for him to still have a chance to play in Pittsburgh’s upcoming game. In that case, Watt would need to take two negative COVID tests 24 hours apart. However, if he is unvaccinated, he will automatically be forcibly removed from the team for 10 days, resulting in his absence from that competition.
After Sunday’s game against Baltimore, the Steelers have a short week as they will then travel to Minnesota to face Vikings on Thursday for the opening of Week 14. If Watt is not released in time for the game against Raven, it will be very difficult for him to get the release to go with the team to Minneapolis, so the situation is of course the one. worth keeping. close your eyes.
Watt just returned to the Steelers in Week 12 after missing the team’s previous competition against Charger due to hip and knee injuries. Against Cincinnati, Watt played 81% of defensive saves and finished with two tackles. Through 9 matches this season, the 27-year-old player has 41 tackles, 12.5 hits and 3 clever catches.
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/steelers-place-t-j-watt-on-reservecovid-19-list-linebackers-availability-vs-ravens-in-week-13-in-doubt/ Steelers bench TJ Watt / COVID-19, cast doubt on linebacker availability vs Ravens in Week 13