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Ben Roethlisberger Says Torn Rotator Cuff Not An Issue

In addition to sharing his thoughts on restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace today, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger also revealed that he has a slight rotator cuff tear in his throwing arm according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. “I\’m good. It\’s OK, just sore,” Roethlisberger…


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James Harrison Says Fans Can Expect To See A Healthier 92 In 2012

One of the biggest fears that I have concerning the Pittsburgh Steelers heading into 2012 is the health of outside linebacker James Harrison and I have pointed that out in a few previous post. Harrison, who had two back procedures last offseason, has missed nearly all of the offseason practices…








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Mendenhall Returns To Twitter On Friday The 13th To Say His Knee Has Healed Wonderfully

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall has returned to Twitter today, exactly one year since his last tweet. In his first tweet back, Mendenhall merely said, “hello”, but in his second tweet he thanked all of his well wishers and added, “My knee has healed wonderfully.” My knee has healed wonderfully,…


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Psychological Aspect Is Toughest Barrier For Running Back Returning From Torn ACL

Dr. Neil Ghodadra, a noted orthopedic surgeon, joined Jason Smith Wednesday on NFL Network to discuss Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and his recovery from a torn ACL suffered last season. The same analysis that Ghodadra gave on Peterson can also be applied to Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard…




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Brandon Lindsey Confirms He Needs Shoulder Surgery

It was annouched earlier today that the Pittsburgh Steelers had waived former University of Pittsburgh linebacker Brandon Lindsey and signed former LSU linebacker Ryan Baker. I mentioned in that post that Lindsey might have been waived injured with a shoulder injury and that indeed was the case. Lindsey announced on…









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Report: Max Starks Expects To Be Medically Cleared Around Taining Camp Time

Although seemingly not in the future plans of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Max Starks told Josina Anderson of ESPN that he\’s “just about two months away” from receiving medical clearance to resume football activities once again. Starks tore his right ACL in the AFC Wild Card game against the Denver Broncos….