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It is no secret that the Pittsburgh Steelers will likely select a young nose tackle to groom in the draft later on this month and one player that could certainly fit the bill is Alabama nose tackle Josh Chapman. Chapman is still currently rehabbing after having surgery in mid January on his left knee to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament that he suffered in a game against the Florida Gators back in October.
Chapman was not able to participate at the NFL combine back in February, but was able to bench at the first Alabama pro day in early March where he did 29 reps of 225 pounds. Because Read more [...]
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There isn’t much news coming out of Pittsburgh lately. What little news there is isn’t anything to get too excited about: Ben Roethlisberger is golfing. The Steelers got “new” jerseys; seriously they’re new, the reebok logo is now a nike swish. PunterDaniel Sepulveda wo Continue
By Cian Fahey
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