Found August 27, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
The only real surprise on the list of 15 roster moves made on Monday by the Pittsburgh Steelers was that linebacker Mortty Ivy was waived injured. I posted during the Steelers Saturday night preseason game against the Buffalo Bills that it looked like Ivy was shot in the back of his left leg in the second half and I wondered if he had injured his hamstring. Turns out that I was right as Ivy confirmed to me on Monday via Twitter that he did indeed suffer a left hamstring injury and that was the reason for his waiving. Ivy did say that he expects to be back healthy soon, so one could assume he Read more [...]
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