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Scott Brown reports on Twitter this morning that Pittsburgh Steelers veteran defensive end Aaron Smith told reporters this morning that he is completely healthy following the spinal-fusion surgery that he had back in November and that he could play tomorrow if he could. According to Brown he also said that he will decide after the season whether or not he will return in 2012 for his 14th season. He also added that if he indeed does return, it would only be with Steelers as he can't see himself playing anywhere else, and that if were to do that, it would "taint" his career.
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