Latest from NFL: Concrete where Bush, McCown slipped covered
The latest from NFL games around the league on the 10th Sunday of the season (all times EST):
Workers have covered a section of bare concrete at the Edward Jones Dome, where at least two opposing players have slipped over the past two games.
As the St. Louis Rams prepared to play the Chicago Bears Sunday, a thick rubberized surface covered the concrete.
49ers running back Reggie Bush injured a knee when he slid and fell on the concrete on Nov. 1. He is out for the season.
Cleveland quarterback Josh McCown slipped on the concrete on Oct. 25, banging his shoulder on the padded wall.
- R.B. Fallstrom reporting from St. Louis
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will dress on Sunday though it appears backup Landry Jones will start against the banged-up Browns, who will send out Johnny Manziel with Josh McCown sidelined by a rib injury.
Roethlisberger is dealing with a sprained left foot suffered in the fourth quarter of last week's 38-35 win over Oakland. He practiced in a limited capacity late in the week and the Steelers were encouraged enough to make him active while sitting Michael Vick. Linebacker James Harrison is also inactive for the Steelers with a knee problem.
Manziel will make his fifth career start for Cleveland.
The Browns, who haven't won in Pittsburgh since 2003, will be without McCown and three starting defensive backs with Justin Gilbert, Joe Haden and Donte Whitner inactive.
- Will Graves reporting from Pittsburgh
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