Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph was at the team’s facility on Monday and reports from media members on hand said that he looked to be in good spirits while visiting with his teammates a day after he was knocked unconscious during an overtime loss to the Ravens.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin had a similar read on how the quarterback is doing. He said during a Tuesday press conference that Rudolph “appears to be doing fine” after going to the hospital for evaluation on Sunday.
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Rudolph must still clear concussion protocol, something he has not done, and the Steelers say there is no timetable for when that could happen. It looks like Hodges will be starting in Week 6.