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By Matthew Marczi What a fall it has been for Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman. In just the span of a few weeks, he has gone from starter to personal escort, playing just to help push Ben Roethlisberger forward on a third and one for a first down. There have been some extenuating circumstances that have led Redman to being demoted behind new co-starters Le’Veon Bell and Felix Jones, but rest assured, he no longer possesses the distinction of co-starter because he earned it just as much as Jones earned the promotion. Of course, it was always a matter of time for whomever the co-starter was that he would lose his spot once Le’Veon Bell was ready to go, and the Steelers have declared him ready for their Week Four matchup against the Minnesota Vikings. Redman has not been able to have success much while carrying the ball so far this season. In the first game, he showed clear signs of rust after missing basically all of the preseason, and was unable to hold on to the ball tw...
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