• Polamalu: Being healthy now is 'irrelevant'

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 13, 2013
    But it’s really irrelevant how I feel now. Over the past seven seasons, Polamalu has only played in 16 games twice . So when Polamalu looks ahead to the 2013 season, he says it doesn’t really matter that he feels fine now. What’s important is how I feel 16 games through the football season,” Polamalu told Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com. Polamalu said he believes the kind of soft-tissue injury that he suffered last season is preventable, and he indicated late last season that he might need to take a different approach to practice to make sure his body is ready on Sundays in the fall. Staying healthy for an entire season has been a challenge for seven-time Pro Bowl player. Another interesting topic of discussion was linebacker James Harrison , who was cut by the Steelers and later signed with the Cincinnati Bengals Jason Worilds and Jarvis Jones will compete to take Harrison's spot at outside linebacker.
    Source: ESPN.com
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