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It’s hard to claim that this upcoming weekend of NFL action will be particularly inspiring for Steeler Addicts. It’s a final home-stand against the lowly Browns in a lost season. Moreover, your fantasy football league is already over, so there’s nothing left to care about there either.
If you’re searching for a reason to give a s*** about the NFL this weekend, you aren’t be entirely alone. There may be one place worth checking out to help turn those end-of-season blues into some fun: DraftDay.
DraftDay is a daily fantasy sports site that allows you to compete in one-day fantasy leagues for real-money prizes. In other words, you can draft a fantasy football team for only Week 17‘s games. Pretty cool, huh?
Unlike traditional fantasy sports leagues, DraftDay uses a salary-cap based drafting system. Participants are given $100,000 in salary to “buy” their fantasy football roster. This means it is theoretically possible for everyone in the league you are playing against to draft the sa...
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Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace won’t play in Sunday’s season finale against the Browns because of a hip/hamstring injury.
There’s a good chance that Wallace has played his snap for the Steelers now that he’s scheduled to become a free agent once the new league year begins in March.
I can’t imagine Wallace returning to Pittsburgh next season. Even though...
Why would any of us be surprised by Mike Wallace not playing in the meaningless season finale at home against Cleveland? Wallace has been for the most part as listless as the entire offense this season. Oh sure, he had an occasional big catch as he did against the Giants this season but far too often he was seen whining for pass interference calls with more energy than he actually...
Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace, who’s an unrestricted
free agent after the season, acknowledged that last weekend’s loss to the Cincinnati
Bengals could have been his final game with the team, reports Ralph N. Paulk of
the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
“I definitely don‘t want to go out like that,” Wallace said.
“I really want to end on a high note.
Pittsburgh wide receiver Mike Wallace will miss Week 17 because of hip and hamstring injuries. SOURCE: Gerry Dulac, Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFantasy Spin:With Pittsburgh out of the playoff hunt, there is little reason to start him in the meaningless Week 17 game. Wallace will be a free agent this offseason and may have played his last game with the Steelers.
The Pittsburgh Steeler have announced that they’ve placed wide receiver Mike Wallace, offensive tackle Mike Adams and cornerback Curtis Brown on injured reserve.
Steelers announced they have placed wide receiver Mike Wallace, offensive tackle Mike Adams and cornerback Curtis Brown on IR.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 29, 2012
With the Steelers only having one final...
Mike Wallace’s four-year career with the Pittsburgh Steelers may have come to a close as the wide receiver was one of three players the team placed on injured reserve. Offensive tackle Mike Adams and cornerback Curtis Brown also were shut down a day before Sunday’s season finale at home against the Cleveland Browns. Wallace sat out practice this week with a hip injury after...
Pittsburgh wide receiver Mike Wallace (hip, hamstring) has been placed on injured reserve. SOURCE: Bob Labriola, Steelers DigestFantasy Spin:No surprise here. With Wallace already ruled out for Sunday's game against Cleveland, the team needed to make a move to clear up a roster spot.
The Pittsburgh Steelers made a couple of roster moves on Friday as wide receiver David Gilreath and nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu were signed off of the practice squad.
In addition to those moves the Steelers placed wide receiver Mike Wallace, tackle Mike Adams and cornerback Curtis Brown on injured reserve.
Wallace, Adams and Brown had all been ruled out for the season finale...
For the first time since he was taken in the third round in the 2009 draft, Mike Wallace will miss a regular-season game for the Steelers.
It might well be the first of many games Pittsburgh plays without the speedster receiver going forward.
An injury in his left hip and hamstring area will prevent Wallace from playing in the Steelers' season finale Sunday against the Cleveland...
The Pittsburgh Steelers wrapped up their final practice of the 2012 season on Friday in preparation for the season finale Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns and the final injury report of the season is now out.
Not practicing again on Friday were wide receiver Mike Wallace (hip), cornerback Curtis Brown (ankle) and tackle Mike Adams (ankle) All three players have...
The Pittsburgh Steelers continued on with their practice preparations on Thursday as they ready for their season finale Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns.
The Thursday injury report is out and it shows that tackle Mike Adams (ankle), cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee), cornerback Curtis Brown (ankle), wide receiver Mike Wallace (hip) and safety Troy Polamalu (not...
The Pittsburgh Steelers were back indoors on their practice field Wednesday as they started preparations for their season finale this Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns.
The first injury report of the week is now out and it shows that cornerback Curtis Brown (ankle), cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee), wide receiver Mike Wallace (hip) and safety Troy Polamalu (not injury...
Ben Roethlisberger's passing rating and passing yards per game are up from his career average, while his completion rate is the same it's been over his eight year NFL career.
But Roethlisberger says its how he's played which has put the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-8) out of the playoffs.
"A lot of it just has to do with me not playing well enough down the stretch...