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Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reported via Twitter on Tuesday that the NFL says that were was no damage to MetLife Stadium from Hurricane Sandy and that they are preparing to have the Sunday game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants played there as scheduled. Vacchiano added that the NFL will stay in close touch with public authorities just in case.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers released defensive end Corbin Bryant from the practice squad on Tuesday and re-signed offensive linemen John Malecki and tight end Jamie McCoy to the eight man unit.
Malecki had been waived on Saturday from the 53 man roster when the Steelers promoted safety Damon Cromartie-Smith from the practice squad to play on special teams. McCoy had been released...
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette expects the Steelers to start Jonathan Dwyer at running back again in Week 9 versus the Giants if his quad holds up. Dwyer won't practice Wednesday, however.Fantasy Spin:Dwyer has rushed for back-to-back 100-yard game and is averaging 5.2 ypc on 58 runs this season. Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles) will go through individual workouts Wednesday and will...
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz told Mike Francecsa on 660 WFAN in New York that everything is “moving in the right direction” towards him getting a new contract.
“From what I hear, they’ve just agreed on the structure right now,” Cruz said. “And that’s all I’m at liberty to say.”
Cruz continues to hope something will be finalized soon.
The NFL midseason report card for the New York Giants would have to read quite favorably through the first half of the season. The defending Super Bowl champions are off to a 6-2 start that places them atop the standings in the NFC East. In fact, it also places them toward the top of most power rankings as all teams approach the half way point of the season.
They say that to be the...
It wasn’t an ugly win on Sunday, in fact if not for the beige pants the Steelers win on Sunday would have been a beautiful win. The running game was powerful, the offensive line was solid, the wide receivers caught the ball, and the defense shut down RG3 and the Redskins. Even when it came to pena ContinueThe post Steelers Win, Questions Arise appeared first on SteelBlitz.
Osi Umenyiora and the New York Giants were feeling awful, believing they had just suffered a monumental collapse.
Upon further review, a replay overturned a Dallas Cowboys touchdown with 10 seconds left and the Giants held on for a 29-24 victory Sunday after blowing a 23-point lead, taking a firm hold on the NFC East lead.
''After going up 23-0 and having them come back...
Ben Roethlisberger's first of the 2012 regular season was also his worst. He completed just 22 of 40 passes against the Broncos and threw an interception late in the fourth that cornerback Tracy Porter returned for what would be the game-clinching touchdown.
After entering the season with high hopes to improve on last year's wild card playoff exit, and...
When Ryan Clark left the game Sunday against the Washington Redskins it didn’t look good. Early indications were that Clark had suffered a concussion and that was later ruled to be the case. With Troy Polamalu set to miss his fourth straight game Sunday and his sixth on the season the last thi ContinueThe post Ryan Clark (Concussion) Returns to Practice appeared first on SteelBlitz.
It’s becoming more and more evident that the Steelers smell blood in the water after the Baltimore Ravens lost two of their most important defenders prior to Week 7 and now the AFC North looks like a crap shoot. The Redskins are clearly a competitive bunch, but after they lost Brian Orakpo, there just isn’t much that their defense can do. Robert Griffin III may throw the best...