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Steelers HC Mike Tomlin will start RB Jonathan Dwyer in Week 16′s critical contest against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to Ed Bouchette.
Tomlin noted that he was “happy with the running back rotation as it is now”, considering the fact that Dwyer has played well of late.
The coach went on to note that Isaac Redman will be the No. 2 running back, which leaves Rashard Mendenhall in an awkward spot in the rotation.
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