Found May 29, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
While many of us are already resigned to fact that Pittsburgh Steelers second-year linebacker Sean Spence will not play in 2013 because of the serious knee injury that he suffered last year during the preseason, the Miami product let be known on Wednesday that we shouldn't be ruling him out just yet. According to Will Graves of the Associated Press on Twitter, Spence told reporters Wednesday that he expects to play in 2013 and that his surgically repaired left knee is on the way back. "My plan is to make it back for the season," said Spence. I'm still preparing and attacking these OTAs like Read more [...]
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  • Most of you nonbelievers, directed to the great media in Pittsburgh. Spence will play this year!
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