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Although seemingly not in the future plans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Max Starks told Josina Anderson of ESPN that he's “just about two months away” from receiving medical clearance to resume football activities once again. Starks tore his right ACL in the AFC Wild Card game against the Denver Broncos. Starks has been giving updates all off-season and has expressed his desire to play in 2012, even if it isn't with the Steelers, the only team he has played for since being drafted in the 3rd round of the 2004 draft. The two month time table would put Starks as being cleared just as training Read more [...]
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