Mendenhall has “Incredible” Practice
The news is out – Rashard Mendenhall of the Pittsburgh Steelers is back. Numerous reports have stated that he has had an “incredible practice” and he simply can’t be ruled out to start Sunday versus the Broncos.
The running back position, so far, is one that has been up for grabs the entire pre-season. No one is sure who will be the one to shine. Right now Jonathan Dwyer seems to be the favored, but now Mendenhall is recovering faster than thought possible.
Read the articles below to learn more about Rashard Mendenhall’s incredible recovery and to make your own guess as to whether or not he will be starting against the Broncos.
The eldest statesmen of the Knee Injuries Faction, he’s had, technically, a week longer than LT Max Starks and NT Casey Hampton to recover from surgery to repair a torn ACL, but he needs the lateral movement and …
Today, word emerged from Pittsburgh that running back Rashard Mendenhall was looking great at practice. Mendenhall, of course, tore his ACL only eight months ago in the last game of the Steelers’ 2011 regular season.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin hasn’t ruled out running back Rashard Mendenhall for this Sunday night in Denver, per Scott Brown. Mendenhall did take.
Bleacher ReportRashard Mendenhall: Steelers’ Offensive Success Rests on Running Back’s HealthBleacher ReportRashard Mendenhall’s health entering the 2012 NFL season has been viewed in every which way, and it took another shocking turn on Monday. Pitt …