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Despite only rushing for nine yards on eight carries in the Sunday season-opening loss to the Tennessee Titans, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman might just make a second straight start Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals.
"Obviously, he played a bad game, a lot of us did," said Tomlin when asked if he still has confidence in Redman, who fumbled twice against the Titans. "He'll be given an opportunity to redeem himself; we'll see where that takes us."
Due to the serious knee injury suffered Sunday by LaRod Stephens-Howling that will force him to miss the rest of the season, the Steelers re-signed Jonathan Dwyer on Monday. Tomlin talked about the return of the Steelers former sixth-round draft pick on Tuesday.
"It’s a positive when you can add somebody that knows your culture, what you are doing schematically," said Tomlin of Dwyer. "We’ll get him back into the fold. He will be a quick plug in there."
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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin announced several changes to the depth chart on Tuesday. Offense Kelvin Beachum will take over for the injured Maurkice Pouncey at starting center while Pouncey
Steelers running back Isaac Redman will start Monday against the Bengals despite his terrible performance in Week 1, according to ESPN.com.Fantasy Spin:Redman fumbled twice and only had nine yards on eight carries Sunday against the Titans. Time and time again, he has failed to impress when he gets an opportunity, so we don't expect much Monday. Le'Veon Bell (foot) will eventually...
With starting center Maurkice Pouncey now out for the season with a knee injury, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday during his press conference that the plan right now is to start second-year offensive lineman Kelvin Beachum at center Monday night against the Cincinnati Bengals.
"As we prepare right now, Beachum is going to be our starting center and we...
The Pittsburgh Steelers decisive 16-9 loss today against the Tennessee Titans is all the proof we need that this team is not the dominating Steelers team we’ve come to know. Mike Tomlin tried to convince the media that last year was just a down year and they would bounce back this season, but that looks highly unlikely after an appalling performance offensively.
To make matters...
Pittsburgh halfback LaRod Stephens-Howling tore his right ACL Sunday against the Titans.Fantasy Spin:He's been placed on IR, which means he's done for the year. That leaves the backfield duties to Isaac Redman and Felix Jones. Pittsburgh's offense hasn't looked this bad in a long time.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu timed the snap perfect to sack Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker on Sunday. Via SBNation.com: The post Watch: Troy Polamalu perfectly times Titans snap count, sacks Jake Locker appeared first on Sports Glory.
by Bo Marchionte
PITTSBURGH - The Pittsburgh Steelers finished week one with the second lowest rushing total (32) in the National Football League. Thirty four players had more rushing yards than the Pittsburgh Steelers in week one, leaving the Steelers to react. Isaac Redman fumbled twice, and had eight carries for nine yards. The Steelers third down back LaRod Stephens-How...
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Steelers are hoping to get running back Le’Veon Bell back in about a month.
Bell has a rare midfoot sprain that’s being classified as a Lisfranc injury, a source told the Tribune-Review on Wednesday morning, and the team is now hoping to have him return in about a month.
Until Bell gets back on the field, Isaac Redman and Jonathan...
Mike Tomlin stressed to Jonathan Dwyer when the coach cut the Pittsburgh Steelers running back 10 days ago that the decision to release the team's leading rusher in 2012 was not a personal one.
''We kept the guys that we kept because of the things they did, not because of the things Jonathan didn't do,'' Tomlin said.
No hard feelings, apparently.
By Jeremy Hritz
It’s agonizingly difficult to find a silver lining in Sunday's defeat at the hands of the Tennessee Titans, and even upon an extremely close analysis, there may only be a thread of optimism that can be found, and that is in the fact that there are still 15 games left to play.
An effort can made to minimize the loss, but it was a home game season opener in which...
The Steelers could be out with Le'Veon Bell their projected starting running back for considerably longer than expected.
Bell has a rare midfoot sprain that's being classified as a Lisfranc injury a source told the Tribune-Review on Wednesday morning and the team is now hoping to have him return in about a month.
As recently as last week Bell had expressed hope of returning...
The injuries continue to pile up for the Pittsburgh Steelers as backup running back LaRod Stephens-Howling is now out of the game with a right knee injury.
Stephens-Howling replaced starter Isaac Redman, who fumbled twice in the first half. Felix Jones is now the next man up at running back if Redman is not put back in.
The Steelers have already lost Maurkice Pouncey (knee) and Cortez...
It's amazing how much I missed football. I didn't realize it until the full Sunday slate kicked off and then for 15 minutes I was ecstatic.
Until my Survivor Pick, the Steelers, lost their starting center to a torn ACL and shortly thereafter Isaac Redman, whom I started over Eddie Lacy in one league and Rueben Randle in another, fumbled on the five-yard line. Then...