New  Orleans Saints running back Khiry Robinson (pictured left) has officially been ruled OUT of Sunday's road matchup against the Steelers, missing his sixth straight game with a forearm injury.

Backup linebacker and special teamer Kyle Knox (hand) will miss Sunday's game as well.

Six other players for New Orleans are listed as probable, making it likely they'll suit up in Pittsburgh. The list includes cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee), linebacker Curtis Lofton (ankle), running back Pierre Thomas (shoulder/rib) and wide receiver Robert Meachem (ankle), who all fully practiced today, as well as guard Ben Grubbs (neck) and center Jonathan Goodwin (toe) who were limited.

For the Steelers, nose tackle Steve McLendon (shoulder) and cornerback Cortez Allen (thumb) are officially OUT for Sunday's game, while right tackle Marcus Gilbert and linebacker Ryan Shazier (ankle) are questionable.

Kickoff Sunday between the Saints (4-7) and the Steelers (7-4) is set for noon.