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The 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers opened their preseason schedule on Thursday night in Philadelphia, losing to the Eagles 24-23. The Steelers largely dominated play when the starters were in, leading 13-0 at halftime. There was a lot of good and some cause for concern coming out of Thursday’s game, and here is what matters from the preseason opener:
Mike Adams started at LT…and struggled badly.
1. Mike Adams is not ready for primetime. Adams got the start at LT with Max Starks still on the PUP list while recovering from a torn ACL he suffered in the playoff loss to Denver. To say things didn’t go well for Adams would be very, very generous. In 9 passing plays with Adams in the game, he allowed 2.5 sacks, then left with a minor knee injury. Adams only expected to miss a week or two, but he can’t afford to miss the reps at this stage if he hopes to get meaningful playing time in 2012. Trai Essex didn’t fare much better, although that’s far from unexpected, and Marcus Gilbert also str
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The Pittsburgh Steelers returned to the practice fields of Latrobe on Saturday for the first time since their Thursday night loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Rookie left tackle Mike Adams (knee) did not practice and likely wont for at least a week after spraining his knee Thursday night. Adams said his knee injury is not serious though. With Adams out, starting right tackle Marcus...
The Pittsburgh Steelers handed the starting left tackle job to 2nd-round pick Mike Adams, but after a shaky debut his job may be on the line.
In a span of just nine plays Adams allowed 2.5 sacks. He then suffered a knee injury which will keep him out of the Steelers next preseason game, preventing him from quick redemption. To make matters worse, the Steelers have activated veteran...
Steelers Rookie left tackle Mike Adams told the Tribune Review that his injured knee won’t require surgery, but he'll likely be out for two weeks, in time to play at Buffalo Auguts 25th.
“I’m hoping to play before that,” Adams said. Head coach Mike Tomlin characterized his injury as "day to day".
Pittsburgh Steelers rookie left tackle Mike Adams told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that his right knee he injured in Thursday's preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles will not require surgery. However, Adams will likely be out for at least two weeks and is not expected to play again until Aug. 25 at Buffalo. "I'm hoping to play before that," Adams...
The Pittsburgh Steelers were back at it Saturday as training camp continues, unfortunately without rookie left tackle Mike Adams, who left Thursday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles with a right knee injury. While the injury does not appear serious, with him listed as day-to-day, it will definitely affect his attempt to become the opening day start on quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s...
The news could have been worse, much worse for the Steelers after their loss to Philadelphia cost them David Johnson for the season with a torn ACL, and then seeing rookie Mike Adams go down with a knee injury too. After the game it was speculated that the injury to Adams wasn’t as severe as that of DJ, the TE/FB who was having a real nice camp and it’s a shame this had to happen...
The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line issues go back several years. Even when the team was making and winning Super Bowls questions about the line’s ability to protect Ben Roethlisberger were still in vogue.
With the drafting of Mike Adams and David DeCastro and the resigning of Max Starks, GM Kevin Butler and Head Coach Mike Tomlin finally put heavy emphasis on the offensive...
The Pittsburgh Steelers were back on the practice field Saturday for the first time since their 24-23 loss Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles and my co-host David Todd was right there with them to take in the action.
To start this Saturday special edition of The Terrible Podcast we start off talking about the knee injury suffered by rookie left tackle Mike Adams and...
The injury to Steelers left tackle Mike Adams may or not keep him out a full two weeks but in the mean time it’s creating some situations on the offensive line, one of which is the availability of Max Starks to return for the regular season opener. If you’ve heard what Offensive Line Coach Sean [...]
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