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profootballtalk.com Updated Oct 10, 2012
After finally getting a pair of key defenders back last week, the Steelers will be without two this week. The Steelers have ruled safety Troy Polamalu (calf) and linebacker Lamarr Woodley (hamstring) out for Thursday’s game at the Titans, according to tShare Tweet
Rashard Mendenhall is back, and the Steelers are overjoyed to have him.Share Tweet
The West’s “Other” Top 5 Contenders (Besides OKC/LAL)dimemag.com Oct 10, 2012It’s easy to see why the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers are the prohibited favorites in the Western Conference. Sipping from the Thunder and Lakers sweet and convincing Kool-Aid makes sense given the All-Star and Hall of Fame to-be names oShare TweetThe Vikings didn’t have wide receiver Jerome Simpson at practice on Wednesday, but they don’t expect to be without him much longer than that. Simpson had an MRI after experiencing weakness in his lower left leg during Sunday’s 30-7 win over the TitaShare Tweet
Kenny Britt feeling closer to his old selfIt has been a long time since we’ve seen the Kenny Britt whose athleticism made him a game-changing wide receiver for the Titans. A serious knee injury, knee surgery, a suspension and a recent ankle issue have combined to keep Britt either out of the liShare Tweet
Titans’ Griffin fined $21K, thinks NFL puts players “in a tough spot”Titans safety Michael Griffin said last week that he felt like he didn’t know how to play defense in the NFL, because everyone tells you your job is to deliver big hits - right up until the point when the NFL docks your pay for delivering a big hit. WShare Tweet
Do your jobOct 10Why is Heath Evans saying that Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson should not be blamed for his struggles on certain runs? Evans gives some in-depth analysis on this Thursday night's matchup.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington: 'We haven't played well at all'Oct 10Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington joins "Around the League" to discuss the struggles for the Titans this season and who he thinks can provide the spark against the Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday night.
Countdown Daily AccuScore: PIT-TENOct 10Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Steelers-Titans
NFL - Early surprise teams might lack staying powerOct 10The Vikings and Cardinals have surprised early, but don't be surprised if they're eventually figured out, writes John Clayton
NFL -- Clayton: Alex Karras' humor was his strengthOct 10Alex Karras was great on the field for the Lions but even more winning as an entertainer, writes John Clayton.
The Thunder need to pay James Harden nowOct 10The Thunder claiming they are just a poor, small-market team that can't afford James Harden doesn't work in today's NBA.