PITTSBURGH (AP) - Steelers safety Troy Polamalu has practiced for the first time in three weeks, leaving his status for Pittsburgh’s game in Cleveland uncertain.
Polamalu has missed the last two games with a right Achilles’ tendon injury. The team’s medical staff wants to see how he responds to Friday’s practice before deciding whether he can play Sunday.
Polamalu was selected this week by his teammates as the Steelers’ most valuable player, the first time in his career he was chosen. He also was picked for his sixth Pro Bowl.
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