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Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Max Starks was welcomed back to Pittsburgh Wednesday morning in an interview on DVE Radio. During the interview Starks shared his thoughts on whether or not he thought he would be back with the Steelers, if he thinks he will start at left tackle and the new play-book of offensive coordinator Todd Haley. "Did I think I would not be here? Yeah, yeah, I definitely did," said Starks, when asked if he had thoughts that he might not possibly be back with the Steelers. "I had that thought in my mind." He continued, "How things happened early on last year. You know, just trying Read more [...]
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