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The Steelers will place Chris Hoke on injured reserve for the season. Hoke is going to have neck surgery to repair an injury first classified as a stinger. The injury occured against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Hoke is 35 years old. There is a chance that his NFL career is over. Hoke was a great back up for the Steelers for many years. He was invaluable at times when Casey Hampton went down. Hoke will be the second Steeler to be placed on IR this season with Neck Surgery as Aaron Smith was earlier in the season.
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Hoke is on the shelf with neck surgery and could be gone for good.Long time vet and backup to Casey Hampton, Chris Hoke has been placed on the IR and will have season ending neck surgery. In what was described as a ‘stinger’ all they way back on October 16th, has now become a much more complicated injury that is leading to surgery. Seeing how badly a neck injury can be, a la...
Chris Hoke is one of 12 who've played in the Steelers' three Super Bowls this century. But the end of the line is near for Hoke, and of course the rest of that era. Jim Wexell pays tribute to the man.
The Steelers wrapped up their on-field practice preparations on Wednesday in preparation to play the Cleveland Browns Thursday night at Heinz Field and the game will be broadcast on the NFL Network. The final injury report of the week is now out and it shows that nose tackle Chris Hoke (neck), linebacker Chris Carter (hamstring), running back Jonathan Dwyer (foot) and wide receiver...
Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Chris Hoke's injured neck will require surgery that could put the reliable veteran's career in jeopardy.
Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Chris Hoke's neck injury may force him to miss the rest of the season. Hoke visited with doctors on Monday to take a second look at the stinger the 10-year veteran sustained against Jacksonville on Oct. 16. Though the team hasn't placed Hoke on season-ending injured reserve, several of his teammates said Tuesday they're preparing to finish...
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Chris Hoke's neck injury may force him to miss the rest of the season.
Steelers nose tackle Chris Hoke's neck injury may force him to miss the rest of the season.
Longtime Steelers defensive lineman Chris Hoke will have neck surgery, ending his season and perhaps his NFL career, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has learned.
Chris Hoke sustained a stinger in the Steelers' Oct. 16 game against Jacksonville, and the 10th-year veteran saw a doctor yesterday as he is still experiencing the effects from the injury.
Pittsburgh Steelers nose tackle Chris Hoke's neck injury may force him to miss the rest of the season.
Sad news from the Steelers today: longtime defensive lineman Chris Hoke, 35, is going to have season-ending neck surgery and is likely to retire after this season. That makes him the second defensive lineman to have season and likely career-ending surgery this year after Aaron Smith bowed out several weeks ago. Heading into this season, the Steelers were an aging team. The defense...
Season 2, Episode 53 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd and I start by looking at the Pittsburgh Steelers injury report headed into Wednesday and discuss the news that surfaced on Tuesday that veteran Chris Hoke will need neck surgery and will be lost for the rest of the season. We move forward and talk about the play of the Steelers offensive line against the Cincinnati...
Chris Hoke is out for the season.