Some little pieces of news are starting to roll in now on day one of training camp for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Today is reporting day and players are to report to Latrobe by the 4:00 p.m. deadline.
We will use this post to add updates throughout the afternoon and evening, so I advise you to keep checking back throughout the day. Any stand alone news will be posted in a separate post.
@mikebires – Steelers holding three pm press conference with David decastro, the first-round pick who signed Monday
@EdBouchette – Sounds as tho Wallace wont report today. #steelers
@mikebires – Max starks just checked in … he said he & rookie Mike Adams are on an even playing field for starting job at left tackle ..
@mikebires – Max starks will be one of several Steelers starting Camp on physically unable to perform list
@XMorningShow – Keisel just arrived in a piece of construction equipment a front loader of some sort
@MarkKaboly_Trib – Keisel arrives in a tractor. pic.twitter.com/W6rohxqr
@albyox – @bkeisel99 showed up to training camp on a tractor! #Steelers pic.twitter.com/iQhxOBSe
@MarkKaboly_Trib – Looks like mike Wallace isn\’t going to show. According to Emmanuel Sanders he is expecting him to show in “3 or 4″ days.
@EdBouchette – Emmanuel Sanders will take Wallace\’s spot at \’X\’ while he holds out. #steelers
@MarkKaboly_Trib – Am hearing rumblings of a deal getting close with Wallace.
Missi Matthews of Steelers.com caught up with the Steelers 1st Round Draft Pick David DeCastro as he moved into his new home at St. Vincent College in Latrobe.
@mikebires – Keenan Lewis, a new Orleans native & close friend of Mike Wallace believes the speedster wide receiver, will be in camp soon “he\’s ready”
@DVEMike – Keenan Lewis on his buddy Mike Wallace: “I\’m pretty sure he\’s ready to be here. We talk every day. He\’s ready to work.”
@dlolleyor – Keenan Lewis was working out with Wallace in NO. Said Wallace is in best shape. He will be in at some point. #steelers
@DVEMike – Art Rooney II during David DeCastro press conference at SVC: “Contrary to popular belief we\’ve always tried to have a good offensive line.”