Found December 08, 2011 on
Bleed Black & Gold:
With the placing of Hoke and Dwyer on IR meant that the Steelers had to add 2 players to the inactive list. Those two guys are Al Woods and Jamon Meredith. The rest are the same as reported earlier.
- LaMarr Woodley
- Chris Carter
- Dennis Dixon
- Arnaz Battle
- Emmanuel Sanders
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PITTSBURGH -- The text messages bounced from old friend to old friend last week, from state to state, sharing the news that Mo Tipton had passed away.
When the news reached Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, he had one immediate memory of his former coach at Coventry High School in Akron, Ohio.
"Coach Tipton was the first guy that ever said one day I'd be playing...
An MRI Friday revealed Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has a high ankle sprain, NFL.com reported, citing a league source.
Roethlisberger suffered the injury to his left leg during the Steelers' 14-3 win over the Cleveland Browns Thursday night.
The two-time Super Bowl winner said he feared the worst after being sacked by Cleveland defensive tackles Brian...
The Pittsburgh Steelers take on the Cleveland Browns tonight at Heinz Field as they look to move to 10-3 on the season and inch even closer to a playoff birth. The short week went by fast and the Wednesday injury report shows that five players were ruled out and one player as doubtful. That makes the inactives for Thursday night very easy to predict with the only real choice being...
The Steelers have announced that 6 of their players are out for the game against the Browns. They only need to have 7 guys sit out for the game and Dennis Dixon never dresses so we have our inactives for the game against the Browns tomorrow.
Dennis Dixon (Educated Guess)
The Pittsburgh Steelers earned a closer than expected win Thursday night against the Cleveland Browns, 14-3, but the big thing to come out of tonight's game is the long-term status of Ben Roethlisberger's left ankle. Roethlisberger was sandwiched between two Browns players on a sack in the second quarter and had a nasty turn of his left ankle.
After x-rays of Roethlisberger...
Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger played through a painful left leg injury to lead the Steelers to a 14-3 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Thursday night. Roethlisberger passed for 280 yards and two touchdowns, including a 79-yard scoring strike to Antonio Brown with 2:52 remaining to help the Steelers win for the eighth time in their last nine games.
Seven Steelers, including outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, have been ruled out for tomorrow night's game because of injuries.
The ankle injury to Ben Roethlisberger put a large damper on what started out to be a big night for him. He engineered a TD drive on the opening possession for the sixth time in nine games and completed 8 of 9 passes for 102 yards and an 11-yard TD to Jerricho Cotchery before he was hurt. But, after he returned, he had one TD pass overturned by replay and another for 79 yards to Antonio Brown.
-B- Not only is Sidney Crosby back on the shelf, but LB LaMarr Woodley is out for tomorrow's game against the Browns. Woodley reinjured his hamstring during his return last week. Hopefully one more week off will do the trick. Emmanuel Sanders, Jonathan Dwyer, Chris Carter and Arnaz Battle have been ruled out as well. -B- Brett Keisel on Chris Hoke: "It's going to be...
Colt McCoy's father, Brad McCoy, said Colt doesn't remember anything after the vicious hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison and never should've gone back in the game.
Ben Roethlisberger suffered a high ankle sprain in the first half, but returned in the second half to lead the Steelers to a 14-3 win over the Cleveland Browns.
This had all the makings of a trap game. Or it would have, if we all didn't remember a stunning loss to the Browns on Thursday Night Football in 2009. After both teams scored on their opening drives, you settled in for a back-and-forth struggle for a win in the standings. Little did you know it would be the last scoring you'd see until Antonio Brown changed the headlines...
Ben Roethlisberger connects with Antonio Brown on a 79-yard touchdown pass as the Steelers seal the 14-3 victory.
Ben Roethlisberger threw an 11-yard touchdown pass to Jerricho Cotchery and the Pittsburgh Steelers led the Cleveland Browns 7-3 after one quarter Thursday night.