• Steelers notebook: RB Dwyer carrying the load — for now

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Aug 20, 2013
    At one point, we were all together,” Dwyer said. Jonathan Dwyer might not be the trendy pick to start at running back for the Steelers, but he doesn't see it that way. He left those extra pounds at home and after three weeks of camp, 230-pound Dwyer enters the second preseason game tonight quietly making his case. The Steelers signed him to a one-year, $1.3 million tender as a restricted free agent and then discovered they had gotten way more than they thought, about 35 pounds more. Tomlin's already stretched his own standard which is saying something considering that his standard is, in fact, the standard by promoting Bell to first team even though he couldn't play in the preseason opener.
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