After not practicing all week, linebacker
Other than Jordan, no other player was ruled out of Sunday's game for health reasons. Safety
Also listed as probable for the Eagles are: wide receiver
The Steelers are coming off their bye week and are fully healthy for this contest. Only four players are on the injury report and all of them are listed as probable: offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert (groin), linebacker James Harrison (knee), running back Rashard Mendenhall (knee) and strong safety Troy Polamalu (calf).
Harrison has not played in 2012 after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in August. According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Harrison will start, but be relieved early by Chris Carter to remain fresh for the fourth quarter.
Mendenhall has not yet played in 2012 either after undergoing surgery to repair his ACL in January. Mendenhall told Steelers.com that he is unsure of how much he will play. The Steelers rank 31st in the league in average rushing yards per game.
Polamalu played in the season opener against Denver and had nine tackles, but has missed the past two games with the calf injury.
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