Found October 20, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
With the Friday injury report now out for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Saturday roster move that was expected behind us, we can now look at the projected inactive list for the Sunday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals. 5 of the 7 names on the list this week will be there because those players have been ruled out for the game due to injuries. Those players are: Marcus Gilbert, Troy Polamalu, Rashard Mendenhall, Isaac Redman, and Chris Carter. That leaves two spots left to be filled on the inactive list. John Malecki was promoted to the active roster on Saturday and that move means Read more [...]
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