Steelers security Minka Fitzpatrick was unable to witness the thrilling moments his team’s defense made throughout Monday night’s game against the Browns. Fitzpatrick had to leave the game in the third quarter with a chest injury. Head coach Mike Tomlin informed reporters throughout his postgame press conference that Fitzpatrick was taken to the hospital for evaluation. Chris Adamski of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Critique reported Tomlin’s statement, indicating that the extent of Fitzpatrick’s injury is nevertheless getting evaluated. Tomlin noted that he anticipated additional data on Fitzpatrick’s situation throughout his meeting with the media on Tuesday. It is worth noting that Fitzpatrick was involved in a tackle throughout the very same play exactly where he probably suffered a chest injury, especially when opposing punter Jerome Ford went 69 yards. Yet another Steelers player, wide receiver Gunner Olszewski, also had to leave the game. Olszewski underwent evaluation for a doable concussion just after he was injured although fumbling in the 1st half.

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