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An update on Big Ben's status for Sunday
have healed enough that he has a shot to return against San Diego ... Tomlin said he's encouraged by the way S Troy Polamalu played against the Ravens in his first game in nearly two months and could see a heavier workload on Sunday.
Will Big Ben, Polamalu play vs. the Ravens?
and a Cincinnati Bengals loss.Safety Troy Polamalu and wide receiver Antonio Brown could both play Sunday. Polamalu has been limited to just five quarters ..... Tomlin said he's "encouraged" by Polamalu 's progress.Brown hasn't played
Wakeup Call: Apparently, Napoli's the Sox' No. 1 priority
Colin Kaepernick's tattoo madness. (NBC's Off The Bench) The Steelers hope they'll have Ben Roethlisberger and Troy Polamalu back when they play the Ravens on Sunday. (AP) Considering that they're chasing Baltimore in the AFC playoff standings
The update on Big Ben isn't a good one
to do just as good if not better."------NOTES:DE Brett Keisel (shoulder), LT Max Starks (ankle), S Troy Polamalu (calf), RT Marcus Gilbert (ankle), WR Antonio Brown (ankle) LB Chris Carter (abdomen) and Roethlisberger
Will Hurricane Sandy affect Steelers-Giants?
Pittsburgh's preparation will not include safety Troy Polamalu , who will miss his fourth straight game and sixth overall ..... Pittsburgh believes the big plays will eventually come. Polamalu remains sidelined indefinitely but is expected to return
This injured star is almost ready to return
he said. "We're still shaping it."NOTES:In addition to Dwyer, linebacker James Harrison (knee), safety Troy Polamalu (calf), right tackle Marcus Gilbert (groin), tight end Heath Miller (abdomen) and wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders
Curran, Giardi disagree -- strongly -- on Chung
of Patriots safety Patrick Chung. Curran thinks Chung is just a notch below some great safeties like Pittsburgh's Troy Polamalu and former Patriot Rodney Harrison. Giardi thinks Chung needs to make more plays in the secondary if he's going