PITTSBURGH — New Pittsburgh Steelers inside linebacker Cole Holcomb said he is fully healthy after a foot surgery ended his 2022 season, and is ready to start practicing for the 2023 season whenever the Steelers want him to.
Holcomb was injured in the Washington Commanders’ Oct. 23 game against the Green Bay Packers, was placed on injured reserve on Nov. 17 and underwent surgery early in December.
The nature of the end of Holcomb’s 2022 season made it so that his contract with the Steelers was dependent on him coming to Pittsburgh and passing his physical, which he did.
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