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Steelers Legendary LB James Harrison Absolutely Blasts NFL For Nick Chubb’s Injury | LeeAnn Lowman, Steeler Nation
Harrison recently appeared as a guest on the TMZ Sports Show where he was asked if he felt the hit was a clean one. While both players ended up injured on the play, Fitzpatrick later left the game with a chest injury, Chubb clearly got the worst of it.
“No. You’re trying to get him down. Period. He’s not a little guy, he don’t run light. He’s trying to get him down by any means necessary and injuries are a part of the game,” reminded Harrison.
With Minkah Fitzpatrick injured in the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Week 2 win over the Cleveland Browns, fellow Steelers safety Damontae Kazee figured to have a bigger role in the offense this week as the team preps for its Week 3 trip to Las Vegas.
But Kazee himself was a surprise non-participant in practice on Wednesday, missing the first session of the short week with a previously undisclosed calf injury.
Struggling Steelers offense knows it needs more George Pickens | Brooke Pryor, ESPN
At 6-foot-3, 200 pounds with a catch radius as wide as Saturn’s rings, George Pickens moves like a visitor from outer space — and he believes he is one.
“I just think I’m an alien. Period. For real, for real,” Pickens said in training camp. “Just by the stuff I be doing, how I carry myself on and off the field.”