• Peppers' focus on Steelers, not slow start

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 18, 2013
    “This week [the pass rush is] going to be improved,” Peppers said. The prospects of Peppers having a rebound effort Sunday night in Pittsburgh look to be promising. However, Peppers was listed as having full participation on Wednesday. “I’m feeling fine. Peppers battled an illness last week that forced him to miss the Thursday practice leading up to the Minnesota game and eventually landed him on the final injury report as “probable." The Steelers are one of the worst offenses in the league through two weeks , and 6-foot-5 quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has had a difficult time staying upright Chicago Bears veteran defensive end Julius Peppers had no desire to revisit his two performances in the opening weeks of the regular season when he stopped to meet the media at the conclusion of Wednesday’s practice inside the Walter Payton Center. The 12-year NFL veteran continued to feel ill on Sunday during the Bears’ 31-30 victory over the Vikings, and then actually felt worse the next day on Monday, according to Bears coach Marc Trestman.
    Source: ESPN.com

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