Joe Haden returns to action Monday when the Steelers take on the Texans (4:30 p.m. ET, NBC, NFL Network, Amazon Prime), but when he comes back he could be accompanied by a different corner in the secondary. Artie Burns has started all 14 games for the Steelers this season and 23 times since he was drafted in the first round out of Miami in 2016. But after getting called for another pass interference in Pittsburgh's loss to the Patriots Sunday, head coach Mike Tomlin may be ready to make a change. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Cameron Sutton, the Steelers' third-round pick out of Tennessee in 2017, got the majority of first-team reps in practice Saturday while Burns ran with the second group. Burns was part of the secondary, including Haden, that was only allowing 182 per game through nine games this season. However, after Haden was injured Burns saw his crew's production plummet as they allowed 252 yards per game over their next five times out.
Steelers CB Artie Burns in danger of losing starting job
Sporting News | Dec 23