Steelers long-snapper Greg Warren has meniscus tear in knee
August 14, 2014 12:51 PM
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin during workouts Monday at St. Vincent College in Latrobe.
By Gerry Dulac / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Coach Mike Tomlin said today that long-snapper Greg Warren has a meniscus tear in his knee and is expected to miss four weeks, meaning he might not be ready for the start of the regular season.
Warren has not missed a regular-season game since Dec. 21, 2009, a span of 64 consecutive games. He was injured during Wednesday’s practice scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills.
In his absence, tight end Bryce Davis will handle the long-snapping duties Saturday night against the Buffalo Bills, though Tomlin did not discount the possibility of signing another long-snapper to the training-camp roster.
Mike Tomlin talks Bills, injuries
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin talks to the media from Steelers training camp at St Vincent College in Latrobe. (Video by Peter Diana; 8/14/2014)
Also, Tomlin said rookie inside linebacker Ryan Shazier (knee bruise) and outside linebacker Jarvis Jones (groin) are questionable for the second preseason game against the Bills at Heinz Field.
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