Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday September 14th – Several Steelers Up For The Hall Edition
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is working out with with new quarterbacks coach George Whitfield Jr. at Hampton High School's Fridley Field during his four-game NFL ban according to Hampton athletic director Bill Cardone.
Former Steelers running back Jerome Bettis, center Dermontti Dawson, safety Donnie Shell, linebacker Kevin Greene, kicker Gary Anderson, coach Buddy Parker, defensive coordinator Bud Carson, player personnel head Art Rooney Jr. and scout Bill Nunn headline a handful of Steelers nominated for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2011.
Steelers reserve lineman Jonathan Scott seems set at being the man to play left tackle with Max Starks sidelined this week with an ankle injury. "As of this point, I believe it's going to remain the way it is," Scott said shortly after the game. "But there's a hierarchy and I just have to go with the flow and be prepared to go when that time comes. I played left tackle during my career," Scott said.
Scott Brown reports that linebacker "Law Dawg" Lawrence Timmons will be a prime player to watch when the Steelers face the Tennessee Titans and star running back Chris Johnson this upcoming weekend.
93.7 The Fan has more Falcons post game reaction interviews up from Dennis Dixon, Bryant McFadden and Trai Essex.
Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Steelers safety Troy Polamalu was not too happy with his play on Sunday outside of his interception on Sunday versus Atlanta.
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