Found March 26, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
Some good news to pass along today as Pittsburgh Steelers running back Baron Batch reports today via his personal blog that he is no longer rehabbing his torn ACL suffered late in training camp last year and he announces that he is about 90% right now. Batch tore the ACL in his left knee on August 10th after getting his foot caught on the field turf during an 11 on 11 drill. Batch says in his post that he feel faster than ever when running straight, but that he still has work to do when cutting. Since returning to Pittsburgh four weeks ago he reports he has dropped 12 pounds and is back at his Read more [...]
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