Senquez Golson reportedly has Lisfranc injury

LATROBE, Pa. -- Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Senquez Golson could miss significant time for the second consecutive year.

Golson suffered a Lisfranc injury at Monday's practice, according to NFL Network. A source close to Golson said he is awaiting official word on the injury but the fear is a Lisfranc, the breaking of bones in the midfoot region.

The team has yet to confirm the injury.

Golson was carted off the field after a play Monday and threw his helmet to the ground in frustration. Golson, a second-round pick in 2015, missed all of last season with a torn labrum in his shoulder. He hasn't participated in a preseason game since being drafted.

Golson received some first-team slot corner reps in practice. Rookie Sean Davis can expect to get more playing time there now.