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Below is the defensive participation chart for the Steelers week 13 Sunday game versus the Cincinnati Bengals at Heinz Field. Outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley returned to the starting lineup, but only made it through 12 non-penalty plays before being shutdown for the day. Safety Troy Polamalu returned after missing most of the game against the Chiefs with a concussion to play 42 snaps. He gave way to Ryan Mundy late in the game after it was well out of reach. It was good to get him the extra rest. Rookie Cameron Heyward saw 9 non-penalty snaps and played both sides on the defensive line Read more [...]Steelers Bengals Week 13 Defensive Participation Chart is a post from: Steelers Depot
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LaMarr Woodley called his hamstring “fatigued” after the game. He also indicated that he was going to split time with Jason Worilds regardless of if he had gotten fatigued or not. Woodley had no intention of playing the entire game versus the Bengals. He also seems to have no intention of playing the entire game the rest of the regular season. He plans on him and Worilds...
The Pittsburgh Steelers hit the practice field Tuesday for the first time this week in preparation for the week 14 Thursday night game at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns. The Tuesday practice was a walk-through and the team was not in pads today. The injury report is now out and it shows linebacker LaMarr Woodley (hamstring), wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot), running...
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu and linebacker LaMarr Woodley are active and will play against the Cincinnati Bengals. Polamalu left last week's win over Kansas City with concussion-like symptoms while Woodley hasn't played since straining his left hamstring in a win over New England on Oct.
Outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley returns after missing the previous three games because of a hamstring injury. Strong safety Troy Polamalu suits up a week after experiencing concussion-like symptoms in Kansas City.
Ryan Mundy showed in the win over the Kansas City Chiefs that the Steelers have enough depth these days.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu and linebacker Lamarr Woodley are expected to start Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu and linebacker LaMarr Woodley are active and will play against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley is considered "extremely doubtful" for Thursday night's game against the Cleveland Browns, a league source told NFL.com.
Steelers linebacker LaMarr Woodley is questionable to return against the Cincinnati Bengals with a hamstring injury.
When Ben Roethlisberger is laughing on the sidelines, Troy Polamalu is on the bench with his feet up, and Charlie Batch is kneeling on the ball*, you know things are good. This is the time of the year when real contenders come through and the flashy flukey teams start to fall apart. Yesterday, the Steelers welcomed the Bengals into Heinz Field and showed them what championship football...
Chris Hoke is out for the season.
Scott Brown of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (@ScottBrown_Trib) returns to give us his perspective on Sunday’s game:
What’s the one thing the Steelers need to improve on offense compared to the first game? It wouldn’t hurt if they average more than the 3.5 yards per carry they had against the Bengals on Nov. 13. The Steelers averaged 3.9 yards per carry last Sunday in Kansas...