Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster was precluded with a rib injury late in the second from last quarter of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 24-10 misfortune to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
At the point when the injury happened wasn’t quickly self-evident.
The Steelers said postgame that Smith-Schuster was being assessed.
Smith-Schuster had three catches on four targets for 25 yards, including one that went for 16 yards. The Steelers previously entered Sunday’s game without their top target, as wide receiver Diontae Johnson was inactive with a knee injury supported on the last play of the Week 2 misfortune to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Before long, right tackle Chukwuma Okorafor was helped off the field after a false beginning while sustaining an apparent injury and was supplanted with Joe Haeg. Okorafor was subsequently precluded and was being evaluated for a concussion.
Likewise, center Kendrick Green was being assessed with a knee injury.