NFL World Reacts To Steelers' Crushing Injury News
DK Pittsburgh Sports' Dale Lawley reported Tuesday that wide receiver Anthony Miller and safety Carl Joseph are both out for the season.
The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered two long-term injuries at the start of the season.
Miller hurt his shoulder in practice last week, while Joseph injured his ankle in Saturday's preseason opener against the Seattle Seahawks.
Fans sympathized with both players, who were fighting to revive their careers and make the final 53-man roster.
A former second-round pick, Miller showed promise early in his career with the Chicago Bears. However, an injured right shoulder restricted him to only three matches he played last year.
Joseph played just 17 defensive shots in two games with the Steelers last season. The 2016 No. 14 pick was seen in a walking boot after Pittsburgh's exit from the preseason game in the first quarter.
These are tough breaks for Miller and Joseph, who will now probably go into injured reserve.
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