The Steelers injury report: A look at what we know about the injury that cost them the Super Bowl

The NFL season is officially underway and the Pittsburgh Steelers are still without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

The injury report that was released Sunday afternoon is the latest in a series of updates that the Steelers organization has been providing about Roethlinberger’s injury.

In addition to Roethlitz, other players that have been listed on the injury report are running back Le’Veon Bell, defensive tackle William Hayes, cornerback Leon Hall, offensive lineman James Harrison, linebacker Ryan Shazier, defensive end Mike Mitchell, safety Troy Polamalu, defensive lineman Markus Kuhn, tight end Evan Engram, running back Ben Tate, safety T.J. Ward, defensive back Darian Thompson, linebacker Deontay Greenberry, cornerback A.J., safety James Harrison and linebacker Nick Bellore.

We will continue to update this list as more information becomes available.

The Steelers will also be without cornerback Stephon Gilmore, running backs Ben Tate and Le’veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.

The team will also miss linebacker David DeCastro, defensive tackles Josh Kline and Vince Wilfork, defensive ends Joey Porter and Jabaal Sheard, offensive linemen James Harrison (knee) and Brandon Scherff, and linebacker Josh Boyd (concussion).

All of these players are expected to be available in Week 1.

The latest injury report can be found below.

Steelers injury list for Week 1: