Doctor Robert: Pitt vs. Navy Injury Report

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Pitt was a little banged up last week against Old Dominion so another call to Doctor Robert was entirely necessary. Okay, scratch that - a lot banged up. Lots of questions remain and we're still not sure about the health of some key players.

Running back James Conner should be back and ready to go. He was held out last week after suffering an injury against Virginia Tech because Isaac Bennett had a field day, but Conner was ready to play then so he should get into the game against Navy.

Wide receiver Devin Street, as of earlier this week, anyway, was still a question mark. Sitting only two catches away from breaking the school career record in receptions, it'd be nice to get him onto the field after the massive hit he took in the game against the Hokies. But it could be another game time decision for him.

One thing to watch for besides those two is guard Cory King. King missed last week's game against Old Dominion with a back injury and he missed a lot of practice time last week, per Jerry DiPaola of the Trib. Tthat forced Ryan Schlieper into the starting lineup. The line did just fine against the Monarchs, but it'd be nice to get King back this week.

It should also be noted that Ejuan Price had an interesting tweet that could be related to an injury. He responded to a fan that wished him a speedy recovery, so it sounds like he could also be out for a while.

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