Steelers Get Three Players Back for Week 7

The Pittsburgh Steelers will have three players, who were questionable, good to go for Week 7.

Tight end Pat Freiermuth has cleared the league's concussion protocol. 

Freiermuth has practiced in full this week and should be a go for Week 7 against the Miami Dolphins. Before his Week 5 brain injury, Freiermuth had an 80 percent route participation route and had seen 29 targets in his four full games this season. 

Freiermuth has a good matchup this week against the Dolphins, who have allowed the third most tight end receptions through Week 6.
Quarterback Kenny Pickett has also cleared the league's concussion protocol. 

Pickett should get the nod to start Sunday night against Miami after logging full practices this week. Before his second-half head injury last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Pickett had completed 11-of-18 passes for 67 yards and a touchdown. 

Cornerback Levi Wallace has also cleared concussion protocol and should be good to go this week. 
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