Polamalu, Miller out for Steelers vs. Jets

The Pittsburgh Steelers are holding out injured safety Troy

Polamalu and tight end Heath Miller from their game against the New

York Jets.

Polamalu didn’t practice all week after aggravating a right

Achilles’ tendon injury against Cincinnati. He has four

interceptions in his last four games.

Miller (concussion) missed a second successive game. He

practiced Wednesday and Friday, but missed Thursday’s practice due

to a concussion-related headache.

The Jets sat down safety Eric Smith, linebacker Jamaal

Westerman, right tackle Damien Woody, defensive linemen Jarron

Gilbert, Trevor Pryce and Matt Kroul and tight end Jeff

Cumberland.

Pittsburgh didn’t activate cornerback Keenan Lewis, running back

Jonathan Dwyer, offensive tackle Chris Scott, defensive lineman

Steve McLendon and defensive end Aaron Smith.