Found December 10, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
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The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Dallas on Sunday to play the Dallas Cowboys, who now appear like they might be without their star wide receiver Dez Bryant. David Moore of the Dallas Morning News is reporting Monday afternoon that Bryant injured his left index finger Sunday in the Cowboys win over the Cincinnati Bengals and that injury might require him being shut down for the season. Bryant reportedly is scheduled to visit a hand specialist this week. This is of course a huge blow to the Cowboys and a big break for the Steelers, who will once again be without the services of cornerback Read more [...]
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