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The Pittsburgh Steelers have wrapped up their Thursday practice in preparation for their Monday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The first official practice injury report for the week is now out and it shows that running back Jonathan Dwyer (quad), running back Chris Rainey (rib), and kicker Shaun Suisham (ankle) all practiced fully.
This is great news for Rainey after he suffered a rib injury in the game Sunday against the New York Giants.
Tackle Marcus Gilbert (ankle) and running back Rashard Mendenhall (achilles) were both limited on Thursday. This was the first practice back Read more [...]
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The Pittsburgh Steelers were back on the practice field on Friday in preparation for their Monday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs and the injury report for the day is now out.
Running backs Jonathan Dwyer (quad) and Chris Rainey (rib) were able to practice for a second straight day and both appear to be on course to play against the Chiefs. Dwyer sat out last week against...
The Thursday injury report for the Pittsburgh Steelers has already been released and it shows that running back Chris Rainey practiced fully. According to Mike Bires of the Beaver County Times on Twitter, Rainey says that he suffered a cracked rib in the game against the New York Giants, but that he intends on playing Monday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Rainey injured the...
Mike Tomlin announced today that Antonio Brown is “very doubtful” to play on Monday Night against the Kansas City Chiefs. Brown suffered what is being called a mild high ankle sprain and will likely be held out to make sure he can play a week later against the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens stand at 6-2 just one game ahead of the 5-3 Steelers in the AFC North division. Kansas City...
As the season moves along for the Steelers we might be finding ourselves in the middle of a running back controversy in Pittsburgh. Now, by controversy I don’t mean something that necessarily divides the team like a quarterback controversy can but rather who Mike Tomlin will start vs who everybody else (including the players and coaches) thinks should start. So far we’ve seen...
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer was able to
practice for the second straight day Friday, meaning he is probable to play
Monday against the Kansas City Chiefs, while fellow running back Rashard
Mendenhall, wide receiver Antonio Brown and safety Troy Polamalu all missed
practice and are likely to miss the prime time contest.
Dwyer missed last week’s game against...
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin said today that Jonathan Dwyer is likely to be back in uniform in week 10. Just two weeks ago it looked like Dwyer owners were about to go on a roll but a quad injury forced him to the sidelines last week and Isaac Redman made the most of his opportunity with 147 yards on the ground.
PITTSBURGH (AP) The Pittsburgh Steelers will likely be without leading receiver Antonio Brown next Monday night when they host the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brown sprained his right ankle in last Sunday's 24-20 victory over the New York Giants. Coach Mike Tomlin called Brown's status "very much in doubt." Brown leads the Steelers with 42 receptions and is second on the...
Steelers receiver Antonio Brown (ankle) is doubtful for Monday's game against the Chiefs, coach Mike Tomlin said. SOURCE: Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFantasy Spin:Emmanuel Sanders is a target for Brown owners, as he'll likely step into Brown's spot in the starting lineup Monday.
According to running back coach Kirby Wilson the Steelers starting running back will be Rashard Mendenhall when he is healthy. Mendenhall is not expected to play Monday night against the Chiefs, but could play the following week in the Steelers first match-up with the Baltimore Ravens.
Over the past two weeks the Steelers run game has emerged with a one hundred yard rusher in all...
The Pittsburgh Steelers made a practice squad move on Wednesday as Bob Labriola reports via Twitter that wide receiver Derek Moye has been signed and tight end Jamie McCoy has been released.
The move was likely made because of the ankle injury suffered by wide receiver Antonio Brown in the 24-20 win this past Sunday over the New York Giants. Head coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday...
Below are the offensive player play counts and participation chart for the Pittsburgh Steelers week 9 win over the New York Giants.
Hurray for the offensive line making it through another game without issues.
The wide receiver group did have issues which led to Jerricho Cotchery receiving a lot of playing time thanks to the injury to Antonio Brown. In my opinion...
The Baltimore Ravens are 6-2 -- and appear to be completely vulnerable.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are 5-3, graying and flawed but winners of three straight after being left for dead.
The state of Ohio has two AFC North teams, too.
All four except the Browns are now at the midway point of their respective 2012 seasons, and after this weekend all will have played nine games. The Ravens...
The Saturday injury report for the Pittsburgh Steelers is now out as they prepare to take on the Kansas City Chiefs Monday night at Heinz Field.
As expected, safety Troy Polamalu (calf), tackle Marcus Gilbert (ankle), wide receiver Antonio Brown (ankle), and linebacker Stevenson Sylvester (hamstring) have all been ruled out for the game.
Running back Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles...
Season 3, Episode 39 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and mop up some discussion left from the Pittsburgh Steelers win Sunday over the New York Giants.
We move on to talk about the injuries heading into this week and how with Antonio Brown being down will force the Steelers to make a roster move by the end of the week. Who gets cut to make room for David Gilreath...
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that the running back who "gets the totes" will be the one running well at the time.Fantasy Spin:Jonathan Dwyer is expected to return from a quad injury this week and Rashard Mendenhall will be questionable. Don't expect Isaac Redman to carry the ball 26 times again against the Chiefs Monday.