Steelers Running Back Misses Wednesday Practice, Watt Limited

The Pittsburgh Steelers listed running back Najee Harris as 'did not participate' on their first injury report of the week on Wednesday. 

Harris, the second-year back, has been dealing with an oblique injury, which he suffered back in Week 12. However, it did not keep him sidelined with his clubs' 19-16 victory over the Atlanta Falcons last Sunday. 

Steelers fans shouldn't be too worried as head coach Mike Tomlin iterated that he was prepared to see players, who were carrying injury baggage with them last week, could see some limited action in practice to start off this week, via PFT. 

Pittsburgh's defensive anchor T.J Watt (ribs) and WR Diontae Johnson (toe) were limited on Wednesday, and DT Larry Ogunjobi (toe) was held out. 

Harris finished with 17 rushes for 86 yards on Sunday. 

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