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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Tomlin talks about offensive line

Mike Tomlin said Wednesday that Jonathan Scott is the team's left tackle moving forward and that there are no plans to move right tackle Flozell Adams to replace injured Max Starks.

Tomlin said that he likes what he's seen of Adams at right tackle and doesn't want to change that. The team also has confidence in Scott.

It also appears that Ramon Foster will start next to Scott at guard instead of Doug Legursky.

Foster started four games in place of Chris Kemoeatu in 2009 and the Steelers like him on the left side.


Anonymous said...

Foster is good no doubt

i worry about Scott. Is he even better than Hills?

Patrick said...

I think Dale is better than Hills

Anonymous said...


yeah, I was sad to see gibson go only because we could have just let go of hills. Especially since chris scott could have easily replaced him

Patrick said...

Dale just needs to work on his footwork and he'll be fine. He has a bright future and as Tomlin would say "the standard doesn't change from one guy to the next"

Greg Mercer said...


how did Ziggy grade out vs. the Bengals? Are him and Eason getting the same number of snaps?


Joe said...

Are they expecting a full recovery from Starks or could this turn into a career threatening Chris Samuels type of injury?

Dale Lolley said...

No, it's not career-threatening.