PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett's status is in question after
Late in the third quarter, Pickett was sacked on a 4th-and-1 play, with Houston's Jonathan Greenard landing on Pickett's lower body.
Pickett will undergo an MRI today to confirm his knee injury that's believed to be a Grade 1 MCL sprain.
It's being reported that Pickett could miss to one to three weeks due to the injury.
Prior to the injury, he threw for 114 yards with an interception and struggled to move the offense as the team
Pickett wasn't the only member of the Steelers to suffer an injury during the game as tight end Pat Freiermuth went down with an injury early in the second half and was ruled out for the rest of the game with an injured hamstring.
Head coach Mike Tomlin may provide some more information into the injuries during his weekly press conference on Tuesday at 12:00 noon.
If Pickett is unable to play on Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens come to town, the Steelers will likely turn to backup Mitch Trubisky, who took over when Pickett left the game against the Texans.
Kickoff on Sunday is scheduled for 1 p.m. at Acrisure Stadium and you can catch all of the action on KDKA-TV.
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