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In his weekly “VESLA 360 Injury Report” exclusively on 937thefan.com, former Pittsburgh Pirates trainer Frank Velasquez examines the Steelers’ Week 7 injury report.
The biggest issue the Pirates will face this offseason is what to do with, and whether or not they can re-sign their star catcher Russell Martin. Today though, we found out the first step the Pirates will take.
Larouche talks about his time with the Pens as a player and now back with the orgainzation and how the game has changed since he played.
Roethlisberger tells the Cook and Poni Show that he feels he could and should have played better in loss to Browns and he takes it upon himself to get this team to play better moving forward.
Esiason says it’s a measuring stick game for the Browns and he believes Browns QB Brian Hoyer is up for the challenge.
Kunitz says there are lot of guys with something to prove this year and it will lead to better play on the ice.
Roethlisberger said the team needs to grow up a bit and stop playing sloppy football.
Sean Casey says the Pirates have everything needed to go on a long playoff run.
Pittsburgh Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington says the team will go way beyond their comfort level to keep Russell Martin.
Roethlisberger said they took advantage of another opportunity to show the real Steelers team in front of a national audience.
Conner says he is only focused on being (4-0) after this weekend ends and this will be Pitt’s biggest challenge yet.
Ben says the Steelers-Ravens game is as physical as it always has been and the offense is not that far away from busting out.
Esiason says when you give up yards like the Steelers did on the ground and you can’t force turnovers and your offense is struggling…You might be in trouble.
Rapoport says the biggest question is who saw the video? If this unamed woman didn’t pass it on…she will become the scapegoat. If she did pass it on…what then?
CBS Sports lead sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson said domestic violence has no place in society, let alone in the NFL.