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Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin addressed the media Saturday night following the 38-7 win over the Buffalo Bills in the third game of the preseason and announced that the right knee injury suffered by rookie right guard David DeCastro is potentially severe and that the first round draft pick will have an MRI done when the team gets back to Pittsburgh to see what it says.
Tomlin also said that defense end Brett Keisel suffered a mild high ankle sprain and that they held him out as a precaution. Tomlin made it sound like Keisel should be ready to go for the opener at Denver.
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In the latest Head and Shoulders commercial, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu tickles the ivories as he portrayed banging out some classical notes on a piano complete with a candelabra. Polamalu entertains your ears while wearing a white jacket and his gold football pants and he also informs everyone how deep a man can really be. The Steelers safety ends the commercial, which...
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Pittsburgh Steelers first round draft pick David DeCastro suffered what looked like knee injury against the Buffalo Bills and was carted off to the lockerroom.
The injury took place deep in the Steelers own end of the field on their second drive early in the first quarter.
Injury looks to be serious.
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Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau made it clear this past offseason that his defense must do a better job at forcing turnovers this year, and thus far through three preseason games they have not let him down.
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Pittsburgh Steelers first round draft pick David DeCastro suffered a torn MCL, dislocated knee cap, and a partially torn patellar tendon on Saturday night against Buffalo.
According to a report on profootballtalk.com, the former Stanford star will miss up to 5 months of action, effectively ending his 2012 season.
This is terrible news for Steelers fans and owners of Pittsburgh skill...
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