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Old 10-05-2012, 02:52 PM   #21
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Default Re: Steelers cautiously optimistic on return of Harrison, Polamalu, Mendenhall

all of em listed probable for sunday's game, pretty excited to see them all back in action. I do wonder if james is really ready to go or not.

troy is probably good to go, and the coaches have said mendenhall was probably ready by week 1 but decided to be careful with bringing him back in too quick, so I'm not worried about those 2.

I do think james being healthy for the rest of the season is the biggest question mark
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Old 10-07-2012, 04:39 PM   #22
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Default Re: Steelers cautiously optimistic on return of Harrison, Polamalu, Mendenhall

The test for Harrison will be how his knee looks this coming week. If he misses practices due to swelling again, we have a problem. I wonder if he may have decided to roll the dice because he knows his salary isn't going to cut it next year if he is no longer healthy enough to make an impact.

On that note, I think Troy needs a pay cut next year. No matter how good he plays when healthy, he misses way too much play time to be worth the giant paycheck he's due.
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