Steelers safety Troy Polamalu said Thursday he doesn\’t expect to wear a brace on the knee he injured twice last year. “I doubt I would wear a brace unless something serious happened throughout this week,” Polamalu said. Polamalu didn\’t wear a brace this preseason, but has been taping up his knee.
Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians talks about the scrutiny and criticism that goes along with his job and talks about the reports that he was going to be fired last year.
Speaking of Arians, he said on Thursday that running back Rashard Mendenhall will stay in the game for many goal-line situations. This a day after Mike Tomlin said Isaac Redman would have opportunities in that role. Do not know who to believe? That\’s just the way the Steelers want it. I will believe it, when I see it.
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93.7 The FAN reporter Jon Burton interviewed linebacker LaMarr Woodley as talks about the upcoming regular season and can’t wait to hit a quarterback. Woodley thinks it starts and stops with the Steelers defense going into Sunday.
Gerry Dulac has a great season preview piece on wide receiver Mike Wallace, but does over state the cornerback matchup as Wallace faced teams top corners several times in 2009.
Despite being listed the number one returner on the depth chart, rookie Antonio Brown says he hasn\’t been officially told if whether he or fellow rookie Emmanuel Sanders will return kicks against Atlanta.