The Pittsburgh Steelers enter week three of the NFL season against the Carolina Panthers, Sunday night, with a relatively healthy roster. Dri Archer and Ramon Foster remain the two players most likely to be inactive for the game.
Last week for the first time, rookie receiver Martavis Bryant was healthy enough to play, but was scratched. This week, the Steelers could have their biggest catch in free agency, 9-year veteran Lance Moore back from a groin injury.
Despite several players being placed on the injury report, the overall outlook for the Pittsburgh Steelers as they head into Thursday’s meeting with the Baltimore Ravens is healthy. That should equate to the continuation of a healthy AFC North rivalry.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin singled out three players for their performance during week one and also said they must be better in week two if they want to win at Baltimore Thursday night.
The Pittsburgh Steelers elected to keep six wide receivers on their 53-man roster heading into their first NFL game of the regular season Sunday against the Cleveland Browns at Heinz Field, and with the injury to veteran free-agent Lance Moore, the move makes perfects sense.
You will see something you haven’t seen in 13 years Sunday at Heinz Field. As you ponder the possibilities, the answer is a rookie starting on defense. First round pick Ryan Shazier will begin at middle linebacker.
Tab Douglas and Joe Rhoades broke down the Steelers roster cuts with Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Sunday morning.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin was vague as camp in Latrobe closed Thursday as to how much the starters will play Saturday in the home pre-season debut against Buffalo.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Fourth-Round Pick Wide Receiver Martavis Bryant have agreed on a four-year deal.
For the fourth round of the NFL Draft Saturday, the Steelers picked up wide receiver Martavis Bryant of Clemson University in South Carolina.