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That’s not what happened to him when he was in college at Texas, though, when he absorbed a huge hit and was diagnosed with his only previous concussion. “It wasn’t nowhere near like this,” Finley said. “The one I had in college, I didn’t know nothing. This was pretty mild.”

STEELERS: Seven months to the day after tearing the ACL in his right knee, Pittsburgh running back Rashard Mendenhall said Wednesday that he’s “right on schedule” with his rehabilitation. When asked if he has any idea what, exactly, that schedule entails he responded, “No, none at all. Mendenhall is one of three veteran starters who sustained torn ACLs in January. Nose tackle Casey Hampton and offensive tackle Max Starks each went down during Pittsburgh’s wild card playoff loss in Denver on Jan. 8.