How Mason Rudolph's cart treatment unfolded: Mike Tomlin

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Hodges, Division II's all-time passing leader and the reigning Walter Payton Award victor, went 7 of 9 for 68 yards during the second half of last Sunday's game while leading the Steelers on two scoring drives.

Rudolph left last weekend's overtime loss to Baltimore in the third quarter after Thomas hit Rudolph in the chin with his helmet.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver James Washington is expected to be sidelined a few weeks with a shoulder injury, multiple media outlets reported on Wednesday.

The team's medical staff brought out a medical cart to remove Rudolph, but it malfunctioned before he could be transported. "He walked off the field because he chose to walk off the field, and the medical experts were comfortable with his ability to walk off the field and the safety in it", Tomlin began Tuesday.

Rudolph appeared to be knocked out on impact, but later walked off the field with heavy assistance from two of his linemen.

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Mason Rudolph has been ruled out of the Pittsburgh Steelers' Sunday night matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers, the team announced on Friday.

"I don't know that", Fichtner said, when asked if Hodges was the starter. "I think that is an asset to him and us in the present circumstance".

The Steelers (1-4) are slated to visit the Chargers (2-3) at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday. But after the Steelers traded away Josh Dobbs, they signed Hodges, a Walter Payton Award victor, to the practice squad.

Hodges, who set a Football Championship Subdivision record for career passing yards at Samford before the Steelers signed him following a May tryout, drew praises from his more experienced teammates for his poise against the Ravens.

"I have been in this thing long enough that it is all pretty much a re-run to me", Tomlin said. This guy is making tackles and it has been really impressive.

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