Steelers News: Harrison, Manziel, Roethlisberger
By Kim Myers
The Steelers are coming off of a last minute victory over the Raiders and looking to face the Cleveland Browns at home before their bye week. While they prepare for the Browns we’ll be busy looking for mentions of your Black & Gold so we’ve got you covered. Here’s your Steelers Morning Huddle for Saturday, Nov. 14th.
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Steelers Friday injury report revealed that veteran linebacker James Harrison was ruled as out for Sunday’s game against the Browns with a knee injury. This is a big chance for Jarvis Jones to step up as he’s having yet another quiet season with just 1.5 sacks through nine games.
Bud Dupree and Arthur Moats will be on the right side and the good news is that inside linebacker Ryan Shazier is probable to play.
ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler explains that when Ben Roethlisberger isn’t on the field, he’s on the sidelines working basically as the second offensive coordinator for the Steelers. Right tackle Marcus Gilbert remembers how Roethlisberger offers input to the players and they buy in 100 percent.
"“Whatever he’s saying, we buy in and take coaching. He’s basically a second offensive coordinator. He’s just coaching, trying to get the best out of us.” – Marcus Gilbert"
He’s hoping he’s got another play like the 72-yard touchdown Michael Vick hit Markus Wheaton for in the win over San Diego.