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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Ramon Foster
The latest version of a revolving-door offensive line satisfied Steelers coach Mike Tomlin Sunday. Good thing, too, as it's highly possible each will start again this week.
Ben Roethlisberger's advice to right tackle Marcus Gilbert shortly before the rookie made the first start of his career on Sunday against Seattle was simple and direct.
Coming out of college two years ago, Ramon Foster wasn't good enough to be drafted by an NFL team.
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.
Rashard Mendenhall walks through the locker room singing out loud, stops to poke fun at a teammate, shares a few laughs with a team employee and settles near his locker.
"What this does for us, I think, is set us up for the rest of the season," offensive lineman Ramon Foster said. "We've found out through five games who can play where on the O-line and what we can do if we're healthy, what we can do even if we're not completely healthy, for that matter."
"I actually thought it was just an OK game," Foster said. "I must have done something to impress someone for them to give me another shot. I'm just happy for the opportunity and taking advantage of it."