The Steelers are shooting a little higher in their plans for Chris Hope and new strong safety Troy Polamalu, who is replacing Mike Logan at strong safety.
Even though Hope and Polamalu played together on the second unit last season, there is still a bit of a transition.
"It's different in practice than what we're going to do now," said Polamalu. "And even though we were out there a lot together in the preseason, I had no clue what I was doing out there, so that doesn't count."
Rookie wide receiver Huey Whitaker (knee), an undrafted free agent, injured his knee in the morning session. The injury is not considered serious.
Of the injuries to the veterans, Scott's is the most serious. He was in an air cast Saturday.
"This is my opportunity to show what I can do," said Millons, acquired from Philadelphia at the end of training camp last year. "It was tough last year because I came in so late and they didn't have too much time to devote to one player to get me ready. So I spent the season running the other team's offense. This year I'm getting to run our offense and show what I can do."