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Friday, July 31, 2009

Miller had sports hernia surgery

One note of interest - other than of course the Steelers' lack of interest in Michael Vick – was Mike Tomlin's news that tight end Heath Miller had surgery to repair a sports hernia in June.

Tomlin said the team got to the injury soon enough that Miller is expected to be ready to return to the football field at some point before the regular season opener.


Anonymous said...


Awesome blog. Keep the updates rolling.

Collin Williams said...

Do you think Miller will still play the same.

Dale Lolley said...

I don't think it will be a problem. Obviously, they've got 35 million reasons to think it won't either.

Tim said...

Seriously. The team paid him $35 million AFTER he had the surgery. Plus, just knowing what kind of player and worker he is... He'll be fine.

And ditto, great blog!