Wilcox (concussion) was a full participant at practice Wednesday. Wilcox looked probable for the Steelers' victory over the Vikings on Sunday, but ultimately did not suit up. Now cleared from the league's concussion protocol, the 26-year-old likely will resume his role as a reserve safety and special teams contributor.
Wilcox (concussion) is still in protocol but could play in Sunday's game against the Bears, Dave Lolley of the Washington Observer-Reporter reports. Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Tuesday that Wilcox is at the tail end of protocol, so it looks like his clearance could come this week. Until the Steelers can provide an official update on Wilcox's status, the safety should be considered day-to-day with the concussion.
Wilcox (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's tilt against the Vikings, Teresa Varley of Steelers.com reports. Wilcox originally suffered a concussion during the Steelers' Week 1 victory in Cleveland, and it'll keep him sidelined Sunday despite him practicing as a limited participant Friday. Sean Davis and Mike Mitchell are expected to start at safety per usual, with Robert Golden providing depth behind the duo.
Wilcox (concussion) was a limited participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings. This was Wilcox's first practice of the week, and even though he was limited, it's a good sign for his possible Week 2 return. Although Wilcox is listed as the No. 2 free safety, he still played 20 defensive snaps before being knocked out in Week 1. These moderate reps won't boost him into fantasy contribution, but it makes him valuable to the Steelers' defense as a whole.
Wilcox is in concussion protocol, Dave Lolley of the Washington Observer-Reporter Wilcox was experiencing concussion symptoms this week after being knocked out in Sunday's win over the Browns. He should be considered day-to-day at this point.
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