Steelers could have a crowded backfield for Sunday's game
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 15, 2012
But Redman said he expects Mendenhall to join Jonathan Dwyer and him in a crowded backfield. For the first time this year, the Steelers won’t have their starting quarterback. Now in his third NFL season, former Bowie State running back Isaac Redman has become a big part of the Pittsburgh Steelers backfield, starting five games and leading the Ravens’ AFC North rivals with 84 carries. Rashard Mendenhall appears on his way back to the Steelers starting lineup for Sunday night’s huge division game vs the Ravens. They’ll need a healthy and potent running game to counter the absence of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, especially since the Ravens defense ain’t what she used to be.
Redman Says That Mendenhall Will Start at Running Back Sunday Night
Rashard Mendenhall appears on his way back to the Steelers starting lineup for Sunday night’s huge division game vs the Ravens. The back suffered an ACL tear during the final regular season game of the 2011 season, missed the first three games of the se