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Topic - Jonathan Scott
The Chicago Bears got Jay Cutler back from a concussion, only to lose three more stars to injuries.
Steelers rookie tackle Marcus Gilbert will miss Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4), meaning Pittsburgh (3-2) will start its sixth different combination of offensive linemen in six games.
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.
Hines Ward watched teammate Mike Wallace streaking toward the end zone in the first quarter against Indianapolis on Sunday night and the longtime Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver figured the rout was on.
Three Super Bowl appearances over the past six years, three different starting centers for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Three different right guards, left tackles and right tackles, too.
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.
Peyton Manning never misses a game and hardly snap. That's in the regular season.
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.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are keeping their starting quarterback a secret. Again.
"He's a fighter, and that type of tenacity from an offensive line standpoint, he kind of embodies that as well as a quarterback," Scott said. "You'll definitely go out there and lay your body out for him."
"I'm definitely going to put an emphasis on playing at a high level and keeping the ship moving," Scott said.