Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers seems primed to play in Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins. Rogers was considered a full participant in team practice on Wednesday.
Rogers, the Steeelers’ top slot receiver, hasn’t played since sustaining a turf toe injury in Week 3, but it appears he is close to or at 100 percent.
Rogers has caught nine of 15 passes thrown his way for 100 yards and a touchdown. He figures to play a major role in the offense against the Dolphins.
It’s worth noting the Steelers also got full practice sessions in for Justin Gilbert and Robert Golden as well on Wednesday.