Steelers say Colclough has neck injury, is questionable
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Cornerback Ricardo Colclough, whose muffed punt in the fourth quarter helped the Bengals beat the Steelers in their last game, may not play in their next one.
Colclough has a mysterious neck injury that coach Bill Cowher said "surfaced" over the Steelers off week and was discovered only on Monday. He listed him as questionable today.
Cowher also listed halfback Najeh Davenport as questionable for the Steelers' game in San Diego Sunday night. Davenport's right calf was strained in practice Monday. The only other player listed as injured is safety Troy Polamalu, probable with a shoulder injury that has not prevented him from playing in the past two games.