Steelers CB Joe Haden questionable to return against Colts

Steelers CB Joe Haden questionable to return against Colts

The two-time Super Bowl champion methodically marched the Steelers 70 yards in the final 3 minutes, 10 seconds to give Pittsburgh its only lead.

Brown, the league's top receiver, only caught three passes for 47 yards.

After the game, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin told reporters that Haden suffered a broken fibula and that he would be out indefinitely. "But we'll talk about negativity with a win".

Backup Scott Tolzien, who started the team's season opener and threw a pair of pick-sixes in a losing effort, would be the team's next man up if Brissett can't play. But again the Colts couldn't hold onto the lead.

He had an extra point blocked that was almost returned for two points by Colts safety Matthias Farley.

It is a part of the Colts' identity through 10 games into the season. The 2-point conversion pass tied the score at 17 with 11:52 to go. He returned to the sideline on crutches and wearing a leg sleeve. It's not yet known whether Brissett will miss time due to the injury.

Colts: Cornerback Kenny Moore left in the third quarter with a concussion and tight end Darnell Daniels and linebacker Darnell Sankey both left with hamstring injuries in the fourth quarter. The situation is made worse by the fact the Steelers now have a stretch of four primetime games in a row, the first coming against the Tennessee Titans in a short week.



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