Steelers Players Honoring Ryan Shazier With Custom Cleats

Steelers Players Honoring Ryan Shazier With Custom Cleats

In addition, Schefter reported that doctors are waiting for the bruising and swelling in Shazier's back to diminish, and are "controlling and limiting" his movement for the time being.

Some Steelers will be honoring linebacker Ryan Shazier by wearing custom cleats in Pittsburgh's game against Baltimore on Sunday.

ESPN also reported that Shazier's season is over and "the team says it is concerned exclusively about his short- and long-term health".

Being as this report did not come directly from the Steelers or the people providing the immediate care to Shazier, I caution those of you reading it to read too much into it.

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The players likely will only be able to wear them during warmups, as he National Football League has strict rules regarding dress code.

Several players have said they plan to "Win for 50" or have shared the social media hashtags #prayfor50 and #shalieve, which the Shazier family has used during the week. He underwent spinal stabilization surgery Wednesday.

Shazier, 25, was injured on a first-quarter play when he lunged to stop the Bengals' Josh Malone and his head slammed into Malone's thigh. Shazier remained of the ground after the hit and pointed to his back before he was carted off the field. He was in the midst of another superb season, registering a team-leading 89 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles to go along with a fumble recovery.

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