PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu and linebacker LaMarr Woodley were active and played against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Polamalu left last week's win over Kansas City with concussion-like symptoms while Woodley hadn't played since straining his left hamstring in a win over New England on Oct. 30.
Woodley started, but left in the first half after "tweaking" his left hamstring according to Tomlin. Woodley confirmed to teammates that the injury is not serious, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Linebackers Larry Foote and Chris Carter, NT Chris Hoke QB Dennis Dixon, WR Arnaz Battle, T Jamon Meredith and DE Al Woods were inactive for the Steelers.
The Bengals will be without cornerback Nate Clements, who injured his hamstring Thursday. Kelly Jennings startedin place of Clements.
Linebacker Dontay Moch, OG Clint Boling, TE Donald Lee, WR Ryan Whalen, DT Pat Sims, DE Carlos Dunlap also were inactive for Cincinnati.
The Steelers swept the Bengals with a 35-7 win.
Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.