Both Ben Roethlisberger and cornerback Bryant McFadden practiced on a limited basis Wednesday as the Steelers began preparations for Sunday night's game in Baltimore.
That's good news for the Steelers.
Roethlisberger was still in a walking boot Wednesday morning to stabilize his sprained right foot. But trainer John Norwig came up with a shoe that held the foot in place and allowed Roethlisberger to go through team drills.
McFadden made it through practice with no apparent problems with his injured hamstring. How well the hamstring responds Thursday will be a be test for McFadden.
© A number of Steelers players expressed disgust with the league in regard to its fines of James Harrison.
But so did Baltimore linebacker Terrell Suggs in a conference call with Pittsburgh reporters.
Apparently, the league has done what nobody else has been able to – get the Ravens and Steelers to agree on something.