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Steelers LB Sean Spence Can Use Pitt LB Dan Mason As Inspiration

We have known now for several months that Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Sean Spence did damage to his peroneal nerve when he tore up his knee last year in the preseason game against the Carolina Panthers. Despite the long odds, however, Spence said on Wednesday that he intends on playing in 2013. "I know a lot of people have not been able to come back after damage like that...
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May 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Dan Mason Ascending

Back in 2009 we PITT fans eagerly awaited Penn Hill’s linebacker Dan Mason’s field debut as a Panther and it wasn’t too long before we were able to see what he could do. Mason, a four star recruit who was on everyone’s All-Everything lists, verballed early to PITT and impressed the staff enough that he was in the two-deep at Middle Linebacker coming out of summer training...
Via Pitt Blather
May 13, 2012  |  Discuss

First Person Singular, Spring Practice 3/27: Part II

I had a chance to watch the Panthers practice today.  This is a long report on what I saw and heard so I’m going to split it into two different articles. In this one I’ll talk about the defense and the defensive players… DLs – Both Clemmings and Murphy look ready to go and according to some observers who are watching practice every day they think Clemmings should get the...
Via Pitt Blather
March 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Spring Practice: Mason’s Comeback

This is a hell of a story. Seeing Dan Mason out there — and looking really good — is more than a little surprising. Doctors initially told Mason it was highly doubtful he would return to play football. Mason refused to listen. He underwent five operations and spent countless hours doing rehab, working on flexibility in his knee, cutting, strengthening and generating nerve function...
Via Pitt Blather
March 24, 2012  |  Discuss
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