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Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review is reporting Tuesday morning that veteran tackle Max Starks is being removed from the Active PUP list today and that he can resume practice fully on Friday. Kaboly states that Starks will not play Sunday night when the Steelers host the Indianapolis Colts at Heinz Field. That means Marcus Gilbert, who has taken first team reps at the left tackle spot this week in practice, will start at left tackle Sunday night with rookie Mike Adams sidelined with a sprained knee.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers have wrapped up their Tuesday practice at Latrobe, so here is a recap of the day as reported via the media and on Twitter.
The day started with the announcement that tackle Max Starks was being removed from the PUP list. Due to the new rules in the CBA, he will not be allowed to practice until Friday, so he continues to work on the side with the other players...
Season 3, Episode 5 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I start off by talking about the state of the offensive line right now heading into the second preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts. That talk turns to more of a focus on Max Starks as news breaks during our recording of the show that Starks has been removed from the PUP list as of today.
The injury to Steelers left tackle Mike Adams may or not keep him out a full two weeks but in the mean time it’s creating some situations on the offensive line, one of which is the availability of Max Starks to return for the regular season opener. If you’ve heard what Offensive Line Coach Sean Kugler says, he’s counting on Starks to be ready for the opener, telling us two...
Offensive tackle Max Starks was activated by the Steelers from the physically unable to perform list. He has been recovering from a knee injury. Pittsburgh also addressed its thin running back position by signing Jason Ford, an undrafted rookie out of Illinois who originally signed with Houston. John Clay, who suffered an undisclosed injury in practice Monday, was placed on the...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have activated offensive tackle Max Starks from the physically unable to perform list and waived running back John Clay.
Starks, signed by the Steelers just before the start of training camp, missed the first two weeks of practice while rehabbing from a torn ACL in his right knee. The eight-year veteran is expected to battle for the starting left tackle spot...
Max Starks expects to be healthy in time to start at left tackle in the opener. Also, a report on Goal Line Drill II and a fight that wouldn't stop.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers training camp practices are starting to wind down as Friday is when camp breaks at Latrobe. On this Tuesday special edition of The Terrible Podcast I am once again joined by Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and he fills us in on the happenings Tuesday.
We start off talking about the news that he broke this morning that Max Starks was being removed...
Linebacker playing lights out. Other notebook items on Max Starks, two newcomers, David Paulson, Toney Clemons, Jerricho Cotchery, Kelvin Beachum, more.