Troy Polamalu tackles Jaguars running back Deji Karim for a loss in the second quarter Sunday at Heinz Field. Polamalu passed a concussion test and is cleared to play this Sunday in Arizona.
By Ed Bouchette Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Troy Polamalu passed a concussion test this week and Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said today that he is "good to go" for Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals.
He expects last season's NFL defensive player of the year to practice Wednesday.
Polamalu left last Sunday's game in the fourth quarter with "concussion-like symptoms," according to the coach.
Guard Doug Legursky, however, will miss two weeks after having surgery on his dislocated toe, according to the coach. He also does not expect to have defensive linemen Casey Hampton or Aaron Smith available for the game in Arizona.