Steelers QB Rudolph (concussion) returns to practice

Steelers QB Rudolph (concussion) returns to practice

Steelers QB Rudolph (concussion) returns to practice

The Steelers are down to their third-string quarterback. "He walked off the field because he chose to walk off the field, and the medical experts were comfortable with his ability to walk off the field and the safety in it", Tomlin began Tuesday.

Rudolph appeared to be knocked out on impact, but later walked off the field with heavy assistance from two of his linemen. Rookie Devlin Hodges replaced Rudolph under center against the Ravens and would get the nod this weekend if Rudolph isn't clear. In a quarter and a half, Hodges completed 7-of-9 pass attempts for 68 yards. "I like his "Steady Eddie" attitude and approach to it. Do you think I'm anxious about anything other than that?"

After signing with the Steelers in the spring, Hodges was released before the start of the regular season before being added to the practice squad. The Steelers could also opt to move Cam Sutton outside to help with Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen.

It's been a whirlwind year for Hodges, who wanted to play for Nick Saban at Alabama coming out of high school before eventually settling in at Samford. Pittsburgh won on a touchdown on the final snap.

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"I'm not anxious about that", Tomlin said.

While Rudolph's status is uncertain, running back Jaylen Samuels' is not.

Henry suffered a tibia plateau fracture in his left knee in the Chargers' Week 1 win over the Indianapolis Colts and has been sidelined ever since.

"He has been highly productive in special teams and usually production in special teams is an indication of offense and defensive readiness", Tomlin said of Snell.

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