Dotson (knee) wasn't listed on the team's injury report Thursday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports.
Dotson suffered a knee injury in the latter stages of training camp, but it wasn't expected to be as serious as the team initially believed. Now healthy, Dotson will provide depth at the guard position behind starters David DeCastro and Stefen Wisniewski for the upcoming season.
The injury suffered by Dotson (knee) on Tuesday is not as serious as it first appeared, according to Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Chris Adamski.
When the rookie offensive lineman had to be helped off the practice field, many speculated he may have sustained a long-term injury. That no longer appears to be the case and Dotson should resume his pursuit of a backup spot behind David DeCastro and Stefen Wisniewski.
Dotson suffered a knee injury during Tuesday's practice, Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports.
The rookie fourth-round pick will undergo further evaluation to determine the nature and severity of his knee issue. He's expected to handle a depth role along the offensive line for the Steelers when healthy.