Monday was a good day as far as Steelers injury updates were concerned. Shortly after it was reported that star linebacker T.J. Watt may not have suffered a fully torn pec muscle, news broke that Pro Bowl running back Najee Harris should be good to go for Sunday's game against the Patriots after tests on his knee came back negative, according to ESPN. 

Both players sustained their injuries during the second half of Sunday's overtime win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Harris had 12 touches on Sunday that included Pittsburgh's first offensive touchdown of the season on a one-yard pass from quarterback Mitch Trubisky. The reigning defensive player of the year, Watt tallied six tackles (three for loss), a sack and an interception prior to leaving the game.