Steelers' Foster may not play in Carolina

PITTSBURGH -- The Steelers could be without starting left guard Ramon Foster Sunday night in Carolina.

Foster was listed as questionable for the 8:30 p.m. ET game, and he has been limited in practice since twisting his ankle early this week in practice.

Cody Wallace, the Steelers’ backup center, will likely start at left guard if Foster is unable to play against the Panthers. Wallace started the past four games at center last season and played well enough to convince the Steelers to sign him to a three-year, $3.48 million contract in March.

The Steelers will likely be without Dri Archer for a second consecutive game. The rookie running back/wide receiver is listed as doubtful after trying to work his way back from an ankle injury.

The Steelers listed all other players who are dealing with injuries as probable, which means wide receiver Lance Moore will play Sunday night at Bank of America Stadium, barring a setback.

Moore did not play in the Steelers’ first two games because of a groin injury, but he has said that he is back to normal.

The Steelers signed Moore in March to replace Jerricho Cotchery as their No. 3 wide receiver, and there is a chance they may not see Cotchery Sunday night.

The Panthers listed Cotchery and running back DeAngelo Williams as questionable. Both are dealing with thigh injuries.