- Scott Brown, ESPN Pittsburgh Steelers reporter
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PITTSBURGH -- Starting cornerback Cortez Allen didn’t practice for a second consecutive day because of a sprained ankle, making Friday a critical day if the third-year veteran is to play Monday night at Cincinnati.
Miller is unlikely to play in Cincinnati, but he continues to get closer to returning to action following offseason knee surgery.
“It’s just great to see him out here practicing with the guys,” offensive coordinator Todd Haley said. “He looks like he’s making progress.”
Suisham sustained a minor hamstring injury in pre-game warm-ups last Sunday, and the Steelers signed veteran kicker Shayne Graham a day later as insurance.
The Steelers don’t have to make a decision on whether Suisham or Graham kicks against the Bengals until early Monday evening when teams have to set their active roster for the game.
“Tweaked it,” Suisham said of his left hamstring. “I’ll be fine.”