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Ryan Clark was on 93.7 The Fan last night and talked about the penalties in the game against the Ravens and defended his hit on tight end Ed Dickson. Clark also talks about the game winning touchdown where Clark says he was to blame for being out of place on that play and says mis-communication was partly to blame. It is Wednesday and that means the latest pre game release is up on steelers.com and as usual it loaded with great information. One nugget that sticks out is tight end Heath Miller needs just eight receptions to tie Elbie Nickel (329) for the most receptions by a tight end in Steelers Read more [...]Steelers Six From Around The Web – November 9th – Clark Talks Mis-communication is a post from: Steelers Depot
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