PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley remained limited in practice on Thursday and his status for Sunday's showdown with Baltimore is questionable.
Woodley, who is undergoing aggressive treatment for his strained hamstring said he'll be a "game-time decision."
Woodley injured the hamstring in the third quarter of last Sunday's 25-17 win over New England. He says he's taking it slow and hopes the late kickoff Sunday night will give him a little more time to heal.
The Steelers have not announced who will replace Woodley if he can't go, though rookie Chris Carter filled in against the Patriots.
Woodley turned 27 on Thursday and was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Month after racking up 7 1/2 sacks in October, the second-highest total in one month in team history.
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could just be a smoke screen but really hoping he can play. although it's sounding like harrison playing is a good possibility. he backed off his original assessment on monday that he wouldn't be playing