Scott Brown blogged that inside linebacker James Farrior has not lost a step, but was merely out of position last year, but out of position a couple of times at the wrong time, according to linebacker coach Keith Butler. I think it was a combination of both and hope Potsie can get back to his old form. Ron Cook also has a great read as well on Farrior in the PPG.
Mike Bires of the Beaver County Times writes about how the game is slowing down for second year defensive lineman Ziggy Hood, who has been stellar thus far in training camp. Hood also has been getting a little work at nose tackle just to increase his position flexibility.
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John Harris explains why tight end Heath Miller will be used more than ever in 2010 and be the Steelers true No. 2 pass receiving option.
Linebacker James Harrison recounts the low points of last year and tells he was slowed in the later part of the year by sprains to his knee and shoulder that he played through.
Mark Madden had an article on Monday in the Beaver County Times that upset quite a few Dennis Dixon fans. Madden has long been known as a pot stirrer. but does make good points in his latest offering.