Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Mike Adams will play football again, perhaps as early as late July when the team reports for training camp.
Yet his teammates say the late night assault the 23-year-old endured early Saturday morning in the city's South Side district should serve as a warning about the dangers of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, even if you are 6-foot-7 and 345-pounds like Adams.
''There ain't nobody who's too big,'' Steelers linebacker Larry Foote said. ''Once you've got a weapon involved, everybody's the same size then.''
Adams underwent surgery after sustaining stab wounds to his leg and forearm during an attempted carjacking. His recovery time is expected to last 6-8 weeks, meaning he will miss the final week of organized team activities and next week's minicamp.
Police arrested suspects Dquay Means, 26, and Michael Paranay, 25, on Monday and charged them with attempted homicide, aggravated assault and conspiracy. The search for a third suspect...