The Pittsburgh Steelers are not listing Markus Wheaton on their Week 3 injury report, which means he will almost certainly play vs. the Philadelphia Eagles. A shoulder injury kept Wheaton from playing in Pittsburgh’s first two games, but he practiced fully this week this week after getting in two full sessions in Week 2, but was limited Friday and missed last Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals. With Wheaton out, Sammie Coates and Eli Rogers worked as the two receivers next to Antonio Brown, and both produced well.
It's Sunday, 8-year-old Billy's favorite day of the week. Why? Because today is his day-to- play. He's been eyeing up his hanging cleats with anticipation, eagerly counting the days- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. As the week progressed (to him at a seemingly glacial pace), Billy was dreaming of running, passing and tackling - the thrill of a game that fuels him to conquer anything and everything the third grade might throw his way. Think Billy's dreaming about football, right? Guess again. Billy is one of the 2.1 million kids in the U.S. who play rugby. Shocked? So were the participants in a recent social media poll. I asked followers to guess the "fastest growing sport in the U.S. today" revealing
The Chicago Bears (0-2) return to Texas for the second time in three weeks to take on the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) for Sunday Night Football, in a game that was originally going to feature Jay Cutler and Tony Romo. Unfortunately for both, the injury bug has bitten each team's starting quarterbacks, and we will see Brian Hoyer and Dak Prescott taking the lead for their offenses instead. Chicago fans are currently in a state of unrest, and for good reason. The Bears are not only sitting at 0-2 to start the season, but last week-- the home opener-- they got embarrassed by the Philadelphia Eagles in a game that really exposed the depth concerns Chicago has all over their roster. Head coach John Fox