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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Thursday news and notes

James Harrison was not on the practice field today as he continues to sit out with knee soreness. At this point, it doesn't appear as if Harrison is going to play again this week against the Jets.

Troy Polamalu was also out again Thursday with a calf strain. I would be surprised if he doesn't suit up this week.

As for good news, Jonathan Dwyer was back today and appears to be on track to receive more playing time - he could even start against the Jets.

Left tackle Max Starks had to sit out practice after suffering an allergic reaction to some medication. He'll be fine.

@ For the Jets, All-Pro corner Darrelle Revis continues to sit out with a concussion. This will be a tricky one for the Jets.

Because he has a concussion, Revis must be cleared by a neurologist before he's permitted to return to practice.

Rex Ryan said Thursday that if Revis isn't cleared before their plane leaves on Saturday, he's not playing because he won't be making the trip to Pittsburgh.

1 comment:

marc said...

they should shut harrison down and plan on having him back after the bye week. a healthy harrison for the last 8 games is much more important than a gimpy harrison for the rest of the season, and more effective for that matter.