Originally written on Steelers Depot  |  Last updated 11/13/14
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor said Tuesday on Trib Live Radio that he is back on the field training down at the Wide World of Sports complex with renowned trainer Tom Shaw. Taylor, who fractured his right ankle early in Week 11 game against the Baltimore Ravens this past season, said that he is a full go now as of Monday and that he is running up and down the hill, doing field work, and running in the sand pit. "It's hard for me just to sit down," said Taylor. "I understand this game. You can only play for so long, so they might ask you to take a rest, or take weeks off, or you Read more [...]
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  • If there is one guy who the Steelers cannot afford to lose playing time, it is Ike. I feel this guy should be a captain. Ike might not get the interceptions, but he shuts down receivers. Not only that, Ike is the best tackling corner in the game. Yeah, Ike struggled in the beginning of the season, but he returned as the old Ike. The Steelers did not have a cure when Ike was gone for the season. Shut down corners do not come along often. The Steelers began losing as soon as Ike went down, but everybody wants to blame Ben. Ike is just as important.
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