Steelers Suffer Key Loss as Minkah Fitzpatrick Suffers Chest Injury Against Browns 


Minkah Fitzpatrick, a key component of the Pittsburgh Steelers' defense, suffered a chest injury during their Week 2 game against the Cleveland Browns. 

Fitzpatrick's injury occurred in the second quarter when he collided with Browns running back Nick Chubb at the goal line, temporarily sidelining Chubb as well. 

Despite the initial injury scare, Fitzpatrick returned to the game shortly after the collision. 

Unfortunately, Fitzpatrick had to leave the game once again in the third quarter after a long run by Browns running back Jerome Ford. 

The safety received attention from the team's trainers on the field before heading to the tunnel for further evaluation, leaving Steelers fans concerned. 

The Steelers' defense was already dealing with the absence of defensive captain Cam Heyward, who was placed on Injured Reserve with a groin injury. 

In Fitzpatrick's absence, the team will look to Damontae Kazee and Keanu Neal to fill the safety position, with Miles Killebrew and Elijah Riley as potential options off the bench. 

Currently, Fitzpatrick's return to the game is questionable, and the Steelers' faithful will be eagerly awaiting updates on his status. 

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