Heath Miller’s season is over.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have one game left to play this season, and they will be doing so without Heath, who will undergo surgery to repair his ACL. Miller left Sunday’s game against the Bengals after suffering a knee injury.
“Unfortunately, his season comes to an end,” Tomlin said. “He has been rock solid for us, and we really appreciate his efforts.”
Coming into this season, new offensive coordinator Todd Haley promised to utilize Miller more. As a result, Heath has had a career year with 71 catches, 816 yards, and 8 touchdowns. Miller was the lone bright spot in an offense that failed to take advantage of opportunities.
Here’s hoping Heath has a speedy recovery!