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Topic - Doug Legursky
One of the most storied NFL playoff teams ran into a rejuvenated Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos.
A sprained left ankle won't keep Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger out of Sunday's AFC wild card game in Denver, but one could sideline starting center Maurkice Pouncey.
Here's all you need to know about the Pittsburgh Steelers state of mind: The shuffleboard table is still busy.
Marcus Gilbert and Doug Legursky's left shoulders appear to be OK. Maybe. Jonathan Scott's left ankle remains tender but not terrible. Probably.
With all the injuries, position battles and chaos of shuffling players around the Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive line, the team considers itself fortunate to have a stable Pro Bowl anchor in the middle.
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Redskins' defense after rewatching the TV broadcast of Washington's 16-7 preseason victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Maurkice Pouncey's Super Bowl dreams are officially over.
Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts get the chance next season to do what the Dallas Cowboys failed to do this time. They could become the first team to play a Super Bowl in their own stadium.
Maurkice Pouncey is sidelined for the Super Bowl.
Coming out of college two years ago, Ramon Foster wasn't good enough to be drafted by an NFL team.
Maurkice Pouncey still has a shot at playing in the Super Bowl.
Some of Ben Roethlisberger's first words after winning his most recent Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers were to pay tribute to his offensive line.
This isn't the news that a suddenly more secure Ben Roethlisberger wanted to hear.
With Ben Roethlisberger returning Sunday against the Browns, the Pittsburgh Steelers are making a change on offense.
"Every year, it's something," said Doug Legursky, who would replace Pouncey _ as he did in the Super Bowl last year. "As long as you stay focused on what you need to do to get the job done, that won't be a problem."
"It's no different for me," he said. "I practice each week as if I'll play multiple positions anyway, so it's not a problem."