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Call it addition by omission.
In an offseason full of changes for the Oakland Raiders, perhaps the most positive development has been the health of a returning star.
For only the second time since 1997, Pittsburgh Steelers opened training camp without Hines Ward.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers asked David Johnson to convert from tight end to fullback full-time in time for the 2012 season, the burly 270-pound Johnson's first thought was "I need to go on a diet."
The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't get the help they needed elsewhere. They barely helped themselves.
They're bruised, limping and not close to being healthy. The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't themselves.
The Pittsburgh Steelers played like they're ready for December and beyond, making Cincinnati's hot start a distant memory in the process.
John Kasay kicked a 26-yard field goal in overtime to give the New Orleans Saints a 26-23 victory over Atlanta after Falcons coach Mike Smith decided to go for it on fourth down deep in his own territory Sunday.