Steelers QB Rudolph (concussion) returns to practice

Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Devlin Hodges is expected to start this Sunday against the Chargers

"It's just insane. It's a insane process", Hodges said earlier this week, per Jim Wexell of 247Sports.

Two days after the Pittsburgh quarterback absorbed a brutal hit from Ravens safety Earl Thomas, coach Mike Tomlin is still trying to explain why Rudolph was allowed to walk off the field, rather than be escorted out on a cart.

"Mason Rudolph walked off the field because he chose to and medical experts were comfortable for him to do so". If that step goes well without symptoms surfacing, then Rudolph would have a chance to be cleared to play.

With the undermanned Steelers set to travel to Los Angeles this week, Tomlin refused to address rumors that he is the leading candidate for the Redskins' coaching vacancy after Jay Gruden was sacked Monday.

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Fichtner acknowledged that the team has tinkered its game planning and play installation from quarterback to quarterback, but that Hodges has his own preferences in place after coming off the bench versus the Ravens.

"I believe that he is", said Tomlin. They traveled to San Diego in 2015 with Michael Vick - who wasn't even with the team until the end of training camp - starting. Paxton Lynch, signed to the practice squad after Ben Roethlisberger was lost for the season with an elbow injury last month, will serve as Hodges' backup against Los Angeles. In a quarter and a half, Hodges completed 7-of-9 pass attempts for 68 yards. Pittsburgh won on a touchdown on the final snap.

While Rudolph's status is uncertain, running back Jaylen Samuels' is not.

Henry suffered a tibia plateau fracture in his left knee in the Chargers' Week 1 win over the Indianapolis Colts and has been sidelined ever since.

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