In a move that should surprise no one, safety Ryan Clark will not play in tonight's game at Denver against the Broncos.
Doctors cleared Clark medically to go against the Broncos, but head coach Mike Tomlin decided to err on the side of caution rather than play Clark.
Clark, of course, has a rare blood disorder that caused his blood to sickle after Pittsburgh's last game here. He had his spleen removed, which was supposed to solve the problem, but there are no guarantees it would not have happened again.
If this were a playoff game, Clark and the Steelers may have come to a different decision. But since it is not, they decided it would be best not to play.