Injury wagon: Woodley Probable, Keisel out
|Brett Keisel (DE)|
|Practice:||Out (Definitely Will Not Play)||Foot, –|
|Kelvin Beachum (T)|
|Practice:||Did Not Participate In Practice||Knee, –|
|Steve McLendon (DT)|
|Practice:||Did Not Participate In Practice||Ankle, –|
|Mike Adams (T)|
|Practice:||Full Participation in Practice||Ankle, –|
|Le’Veon Bell (RB)|
|Practice:||Full Participation in Practice||Concussion, –|
|LaMarr Woodley (LB)|
|Practice:||Full Participation in Practice||Calf, –|
|David DeCastro (G)|
|Practice:||Limited Participation in Practice||Foot, –|
— Alan Robinson (@arobinson_Trib) December 6, 2013
Table courtesy of NFLmedia.com
Steelers make a wish come true
14-year-old Alexander got his wish to come true today—hanging out with the Steelers.
— Make-A-Wish GPA & WV (@MakeAWishPAWV) December 6, 2013
Bell tweets good things
I got better today, and I love the feeling…each and everyday, that’s my goal
— LeVeon Bell (@L_Bell26) December 6, 2013
Whether it be his progress from the concussion or an overall betterment on the gridiron, you have to love the atitude of the rookie running back.
Dwyer answers some questions
Steelers running back Jonathan Dwyer sat down with steelers.com’s Teresa Varley to answer a few questions. When asked about his and the team’s desire to play playoff football, Dwyer looked back to last year:
It killed me last year to be sitting at home. I told my wife I love you to death and love being around you, but I would rather be playing ball now. I didn’t want to be home in January. The season was over way too early. I want to be playing and riding this thing out for as long as we can. I don’t want to be home in January.
Read the full interview here.
The Steelers take on the Miami Dolphins this Sunday at 1 p.m. EST