Najee Harris was one of 2 standout Pittsburgh Steelers players to get injured in Week 1. All-world pass rusher T.J. Watt was the other.

The Steelers got bad news on the Watt front. At the very least, it sounds like he’s going to be missing significant time with a pec injury. Watt is one of the best players in the NFL and an absolute disruptor as a pass-rusher, so that’s going to be a hard pill for the Steelers to swallow, though it sounds like it could have been worse.

Speaking of, it looked like the Steelers were heading toward a worst-case scenario when Harris went down with a foot injury, but Pittsburgh may have dodged total disaster with his injury as well. In fact, it’s not even close to a bad update for the former Crimson Tide star.

Harris rushed 10 times for 23 yards in Pittsburgh’s 23-20 overtime win against the Cincinnati Bengals. He also caught two passes, one for a touchdown.

In four seasons for Alabama (2017-2020), Harris rushed 638 times for 3,843 yards and 46 touchdowns while also catching 80 passes for 781 yards and 11 touchdowns through the air.