Found November 19, 2012 on
Plax is back. Or at least it looks like he will be soon enough.
Plaxico Burress, who hasn’t played a snap in the NFL this season, is on his way to Pittsburgh and could rejoin the Steelers, his first NFL franchise, sometime this week, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The former Steelers receiver, who played in Pittsburgh from 2000-2004, will reportedly work out for the team on Tuesday.
Burress last played with the Jets in 2011, catching 45 passes for 612 yards and eight touchdowns. At 35 years old, he’s a little older and likely slower than most teams are hoping for. But at 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, Burress has the perfect frame for a team in need of a reliable receiver or even some red zone production.
The Steelers could just be that team. With their top two quarterbacks on the shelf for at least the near future, three running backs playing through minor injuries and a pair of wide receivers with no return date yet in sight, the Steelers could definitely use the help.
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Free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress, who has been trying all season to find a team that would sign him, may be signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Burress, 35, is expected to travel to Pittsburgh to take a physical, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Monday, and Schefter figures the Steelers probably would not be bringing Burress in for a physical if they did not intend to...
Amidst injuries to quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Byron
Leftwich and wide receivers Antonio Brown and Jerricho Cotchery, the Pittsburgh
Steelers went out and signed wide receiver Plaxico Burress and quarterback Jed
Leftwich stepped in for the injured Roethlisberger last
weekend against the Baltimore Ravens. He did rush for a score and kept the
The Steelers are already set to start veteran quarterback Charlie Batch this weekend due to Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich‘s injuries, and now they may have another familiar face returning. Pittsburgh is bringing Plaxico Burress in for a work out on Tuesday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Burress started his career with the Steelers in 2000 as the No. 8 overall pick...
The Pittsburgh Steelers will officially announce later today that have signed wide receiver Plaxico Burress and quarterback Brian Hoyer to the 53 man roster and they will need to make corresponding roster moves to accommodate both of them.
Head coach Mike Tomlin said during his Tuesday press conference that he didn't believe that the rib injuries suffered by quarterback Byron...
On a day full of news, Adam Schefter of ESPN is now reporting via Twitter that free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress is expected to go to Pittsburgh to meet with and take a physical for the Steelers.
Burress last played for the Jets in 2011, when he had 45 catches and 612 yards and eight touchdowns.
This could mean that wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery might have suffered a serious...
Veteran receiver Plaxico Burress has agreed to rejoin the Pittsburgh Steelers. Burress played for the Steelers from 2000 to 2004.Fantasy Spin:The Steelers are a bit shorthanded at receiver right now with Antonio Brown and Jerricho Cotchery both labeled as questionable for Sunday's tilt in Cleveland. Burress gives the team a little more depth but we're guessing he won'...
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin comfirmed during his Tuesday press conference that the team will indeed sign one quarterback and one wide receiver to the roster today.
Several media outlets are reporting that free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress and quarterback Brian Hoyer are the players that will sign after they worked out for the team earlier in the day.
Season 3, Episode 45 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I get right to the injury outlook for the Pittsburgh Steelers given by head coach Mike Tomlin on Tuesday during his press conference. We also talk about the signings of Plaxico Burress and Brian Hoyer on Tuesday and the decision to waive Baron Batch. will Batch clear waivers? We discuss that pretty good...
Plaxico Burress returned to the NFL this week, signing with the team who drafted him out of Michigan State, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Randy Moss signed with the San Francisco 49ers last offseason, although he has had a minimal impact with the team in many games this season. With Moss and Burress both back in the league, could Chad Johnson and Terrell Owens be next to return?
The Factory of Sadness hosts the hapless, broken down wreck that is the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Even though the Steelers are starting 900-year-old Charlie Batch and now feature Plaxico Burress in their receiving corps, the Browns must think they’re still too doopy to pull an upset of their division rivals. At least that’s what it looks like because the Browns will be distributing...