Pittsburgh Steelers Safety Expected To Return In Week 17

The Pittsburgh Steelers have played well as of late, getting back to 7-8 on the season despite a dreadful start to the year, and with plenty of young players, this is a team capable of a playoff run in 2023, but in 2022, they've got just two games to go, with the playoffs a pipe dream at this point. 

For their final two games of the year, they'll battle two division rivals in the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns, and with a positive finish in mind, getting back safety Terrell Edmunds is a massive boost, as Head Coach Mike Tomlin said today that he believes a return is imminent ahead of the Ravens clash.

With just 1 sack, 0 interceptions and 3 passes defended, this has arguably been Edmunds worst season as a pro, but he is still a solid player that will help this defence, and with an uncertain Ravens offence with Tyler Huntley at Quarterback, they've got a good chance at finishing 2022 on the right foot.