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INJURY UPDATE: Linebacker Cole Holcomb of the Pittsburgh Steelers is injured in his left knee, and he may not be able to…

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Cole Holcomb suffered a left knee injury during a game against the Tennessee Titans, forcing him out for the remainder of the game.
The injury occurred when his leg collided with a teammate’s leg while chasing an opponent.
NEW DELHI: Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Cole Holcomb suffered a left knee injury during the first quarter of Thursday’s game against the Tennessee Titans, and the Steelers quickly ruled him out for the remainder of the game.
Late in the first quarter, Holcomb was pursuing Tennessee’s DeAndre Hopkins after he had gained 29 yards when he was injured.
Pittsburgh safety Keanu Neal’s left leg unintentionally struck Holcomb’s leg as he passed by while they were in pursuit.

The contact led to Holcomb’s leg bending awkwardly, and he immediately reached for his left knee after falling to the ground.

The distressing scene prompted the medical staff to cart him off the field. The extent of his injuries has not yet been officially diagnosed.

Holcomb, in his first season with the Steelers after spending his first four NFL seasons with the Washington Commanders, had been contributing significantly to the team.

In his rookie season in Pittsburgh, he had racked up 52 tackles and two forced fumbles prior to the injury.

Injuries are an unfortunate part of professional sports, and the Steelers will be hoping for a swift recovery for Holcomb, who is a valuable asset to their defense.

How serious the knee injury is will play a major role in how long he is out of commission. Steelers fans, as well as football enthusiasts in general, will be awaiting updates on Holcomb’s condition and hoping for his swift return to the field.

(With Reuters inputs)

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