PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers may be without defensive starters Kendrell Bell and Chad Scott for Sunday's wild-card playoff game against Cleveland.
Bell, a linebacker who had four sacks in the Steelers' final six games, was held out of practice for a second straight day Thursday with a sprained left ankle. He sprained the same ankle twice previously this season, causing him to miss most of five games.
Scott, a cornerback, has been out since breaking his right thumb Dec. 23 against Tampa Bay.
Bell would be replaced by rookie Larry Foote, who started when Bell was hurt earlier in the season. Scott would be replaced by Deshea Townsend, who made an interception Sunday against Baltimore.
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