Wide receiver Limas Sweed, who has dressed for the past two games, has climbed back into favor of sorts with the coaching staff after three good weeks of practice.
"He's done it in practice. He's earned the right to get back out on the field," Arians said. "I have confidence in him, but we're not going to take Heath [Miller] out to put a fourth wideout in right now, especially with the zone blitz packages we're seeing. He just has to bide his time.
"He's got a bright future. He's had three great weeks of practice. I would have no qualms putting him in the ballgame."
Sweed has been inactive in four of the Steelers' nine games.