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Paging Darnell Washington. Darnell Washington to the offense.
I know it’s asking a lot for Pittsburgh Steelers coordinator Matt Canada to incorporate a new wrinkle into an offense he’s already struggling to manage. But with Pat Freiermuth sidelined for a while, it’s time to get the rook involved.
He’s Pittsburgh’s only true tight end who’s played in an NFL game. Connor Heyward is a great gadget player and showed flashes in 2022, but Washington is strictly a tight end who has the talent (and desire) to block out the wazoo. And his towering 6-foot-7 stature should have Kenny Pickett drooling.
Mike Tomlin attributes Kenny Pickett, Steelers’ recent late-game success to being fearless: ‘We play to win’ | Bryan DeArdo, CBS Sports
The Steelers’ longtime coach was asked what has led to the Steelers’ recent fourth-quarter success. Over the past two games (both wins), Pittsburgh has outscored the Ravens and Rams by a combined score of 28-0 in the fourth quarter.
“We’re not scared,” Tomlin responded. “We play to win, we don’t play not to lose.”
But despite a run of two weeks off the injury report, Ogunjobi on Thursday was relegated to watching practice at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex. Ogunjobi has a shoulder injury.
There is no indication Ogunjobi is in danger of missing Sunday’s home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.