Steelers RB's contusion not considered major, report says

Missed false start another example of awful officiating in Steelers vs. Chargers

Missed false start another example of awful officiating in Steelers vs. Chargers

The ending of the Pittsburgh Steelers' 33-30 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers was unique in the fact that there were three straight offsides called on the Steelers before the Chargers' final field goal try.

KDKA-TV has reached out to the Steelers and Pittsburgh Police about the incident, but so far have not heard back.

Running Back James Conner #30 of the Pittsburgh Steelers runs with the ball in the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on November 4, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Athletic's Mark Kaboly said Conner was walking around the Steelers locker room after the game.

After the game, Head Coach Mike Tomlin said Conner was dealing with a leg contusion after being helped off the field and down the service tunnel by medical staff members.

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Dyche remains optimistic about his side's development, saying: "The key for me is to get back to a performance level that can win games".

Photographer Shelley Lipton, who took the pictures, told the newspaper that "the larger Steelers fan attacked a man wearing a Chargers suit, Minshew's regular game-day attire".

Although some media outlets speculated that Conner suffered a high ankle sprain,'s Ian Rapoport reported that the injury is "not considered major at all".

Conner had 74 total yards and two rushing touchdowns on 18 touches at the time of his departure.

The Steelers are expected to reveal more about Conner's injury Tuesday.

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