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The Pittsburgh Steelers have lost fullback David Johnson for the season after he tore up his knee Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles and now Jim Wexell is reporting via Twitter that running back John Clay, who was taken from the practice field injured on a cart on Sunday, has told him that he fears that he may have torn his quad.
Wexell reports that Clay is still waiting on test results, but if it indeed winds up being torn, Clay most likely would be lost for the season and placed on injured reserve.
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There is one bit of news worth noting today from the Pittsburgh Steelers Tuesday afternoon practice and that is that tight end Jamie McCoy is working with the running backs today according to Ken Laird on Twitter.
Due to the season ending injury suffered by starting fullback David Johnson this past Thursday in the first...
The Pittsburgh Steelers just cant seem to catch a break as far as injuries go to players lined up in their backfield. Ed Bouchette reports Wednesday morning via Twitter that starting running back Isaac Redman will need an MRI done now on his injured groin.
Redman initially suffered the groin injury during the Friday...
Last night it was reported by Mike Bires of The Beaver County Times that Pittsburgh Steelers starting right outside linebacker James Harrison quite possibly could need his knee scoped over the course of the coming weeks if it does not improve. On Wednesday, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reported that Harrison is back in Pittsburgh today to have that knee examined.
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...
Small tiffs and brouhaha’s are the norm for any football training camp. Coaches just hope nobody gets hurt and that things don’t get personal. The Pittsburgh Post Gazette is reporting that Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor and receiver Antonio Brown were involved in their second on-field scuffle Sunday. After practice ended Taylor reportedly went after Brown for...
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison underwent surgery on his left knee Wednesday and his return is uncertain.
The 34-year-old Harrison has been struggling with lingering pain in the knee for months. Coach Mike Tomlin called it a ''minor'' procedure but added he's not ready to put a timetable on when Harrison will be cleared to play.
Harrison is currently...
The Steelers had injuries heading into training camp and have sustained a few more since camp opened. A couple of these injuries could play a major role in the selection of the 53-man roster as well as the final depth chart. Every team hopes to make it through training camp healthy, but it is very r ContinueThe post Injuries May Help Set Steelers Depth Chart/Roster appeared first on SteelBlitz.
Ed Bouchetee of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports via twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers running back Isaac Redman will undergo an MRI on his injured groin.
Redman, a third year back from Bowie State college, is listed as the starting running back for the Steelers while Rashard Mendenhall recovers from a severe knee injury suffered at the end of last season.
The groin injury has...
Sunday was a competitive and challenging day for the Pittsburgh Steelers at training camp in Latrobe. While the highlight of this practice would usually be the goal line drill which pits the number ones on offense and defense against each other (today’s was reportedly dominated by the defense), today was different.The action in practice was again of the spirited and physical nature...
With the recent news that James Harrison may need another knee surgery prior to the regular season opener, the ‘minds that be’ including my own are swirling with questions. Is this the final year for Harrison? How much more can he take? And who is going to replace him because there really isn’t anyone there to do it right now?
James Harrison’s health is once again a question...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed veteran free agent tight end Justin Peelle to a one-year deal, the team announced Monday. The 6-4, 251-pound Peelle played for the 49ers last season, playing in 14 games, including two starts, and catching one pass for 19 yards. To make room on the roster the Steelers placed fullback/tight end David Johnson on the Waived/Injured List.
By Christopher DiMarino
Like many Pittsburgh Steelers fans out there, I've been taking in a lot of the training camp news. While I was catching up on the podcasts this past weekend, I found a topic that I think warrants some digging in to. In a recent episode, David Todd explains the difference between the two-minute offense and the hurry up. Later, Dave Bryan talks about linebackers...
According to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Steelers running back Issac Redman is scheduled to undergo an MRI on his injured groin.
#steelers starting RB Isaac Redman to have MRI on groin injury
— Ed Bouchette (@EdBouchette) August 15, 2012
With Jonathan Dwyer banged up and Rashard Mendenhall not even close to comng back, the Steelers running game is in bad shape.
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