Pittsburgh Steelers veteran left guard Foster ruled out after injury
Pittsburgh Steelers veteran left guard Ramon Foster was carted off the practice field Saturday with an apparent serious injury to his right leg.
Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin declined to provide an update after the practice, the team's first with pads during training camp.
"Unfortunately, it's a part of the game. I'm not going to speculate," Tomlin told reporters. "I'm simply going to make necessary adjustments accordingly, and, more importantly than that, work our tails off to make sure that we're making this as safe as we can for him throughout this process."
Foster, who has made 115 career starts, would represent a major loss for the Steelers. B.J. Finney moved into the first-string role after Foster departed.
Foster is in the final year of a three-year, $9.6 million contract.
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