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Took me a minute to remember what team Burress was on.
Like most older players he still thinks he can dominate, but it is likely he will just be a bit player with the Steelers, if he even makes the team at all.
“I know I can still play, I know I can dominate in the red zone,” Burress said, via Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “Just go out and play at a high percentage. In those one-on-one opportunities, just succeed at a high rate. I know I can. Being out there last year, I drew double coverage in the red zone without hardly playing, I think teams will have to respect that.”
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress is ecstatic to be back for another season with the team that drafted him, and he thinks he knows how he can help the team in 2013 in addition.
"I know I can still play, I know I can dominate in the red zone," Burress said, via a Sunday morning report by Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Burress, who will turn...
Season 3, Episode 110 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I talk about Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress in depth and what he potentially brings to the table in 2013 should he make the roster. Is he a red zone only player worth carrying?
We move on from Burress and have a quick look into the future as it relates to what the Steelers wide receiver...
Steelers’ 35 year old wide receiver just wants to play the game.
“My job is to just go out and catch the football,” Plaxico Burress said in a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article.
Burress did not miss one OTA session. The Steelers seem to believe that Burress still has “it”, they did after all bring him back.
“I know I can still play, I know I can dominate in the red zone...
Steelers wide receiver Plaxico Burress, unsure of what his role will be, is thankful to be back in Pittsburgh and plans to teach his young teammates the game. “I’m blessed to be here,” said Burress to Ed
By Matthew Marczi
With the Pittsburgh Steelers’recent reunions with old faces once again this season—courtesy of the returns of cornerback William Gay, tight end Matt Spaeth, and wide receiver Plaxico Burress—it is quite evident that a recent trend is emerging of former Steelers returning to greener pastures after exploring the landscapes of other teams.