Found May 04, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
Pittsburgh Steelers running back Baron Batch has denied the report this morning by Ed Bouchette stating that he hasn't been cleared to practice as he looks to return from his torn ACL suffered late in training camp last year. Batch stated that he is not working in the camp session this weekend with the rookies and the other first year players signed this offseason because he is not required to. When you look at the running back numbers currently on the roster, you wonder if another running back, one with more experience, could possibly be added into the mix prior to the start of training camp. Read more [...]
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