Steelers News: Ramon Foster, James Harrison, Todd Haley

The Steelers are coming off of their first home win and are looking to stack their victories with a trip across the state this weekend.

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While the focus turns from the Bengals to the Eagles 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, Sept. 24th.

Ice up son

Guard Ramon Foster is one of pieces of one of the best offensive lines in the NFL right now. So it’s a little concerning when Teresa Varley showed him as listed on the injury report for Sunday’s game against the Eagles as “questionable.”

Foster explains that it’s just a tweak of an elbow and some ice and rest should have him ready to go on Sunday.

Just icing it down, a little rehab. It’s better to save it for Sunday than it is to waste it at practice right now. Coach and I had a really good communication throughout the week. It’s good for just in case some reasons for the young guys to get the reps in, and I have communicated with them. Today he pulled back on me to save me for Sunday.” – Ramon Foster

Cameron Heyward needs to get his friend, Mr. Miyagi, on the job.

Don’t mind me

Antonio Brown was asked about going up against the Philadelphia Eagles secondary and the return of Markus Wheaton to the starting group but that’s not what everyone wants to see.

In the background it’s just James Harrison doing pull ups on Brown’s locker room. Because Harrison is a freak of nature and we’re all just lazy slobs. Fact.

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Make me do it

With Markus Wheaton making his season debut this Sunday against the Eagles offensive coordinator Todd Haley gets to give a simple directive to the wide receiver group (not including Antonio Brown, of course). ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler explains how Haley just needs to see the best out of everyone.

“You have to make it impossible for me to take (you) off the field. We’ll have a little something for all of them. As soon as one of them stands head and shoulders above the rest, they will be out there more.” – Todd Haley

Between Wheaton, Sammie Coates and Eli Rogers the player who makes the best case to remain on the field will get the call. The rest can sit back and watch.

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