The Pittsburgh Steelers are re-signing inside linebacker Vince Williams, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. Williams was released by the team weeks ago in order to save $4 million in salary cap space. According to Fowler, Williams had other offers from teams by was inclined to return to Pittsburgh.
Attorney Todd J. Hollis said his client, De'Vincent Spriggs, needed 16 stitches and suffered a broken orbital bone in his head, a broken nose and a sprained or broken arm at a bar on East Carson Street in the city's South Side. “We believe there was a misunderstanding that Mr. Spriggs bumped into Mr. Donald and Mr. Donald escalated the matter, leading to my client’s assault moments later,” Hollis said.
Kalen Ballage is the running back. Ballage’s film has a good number of plays where there was little opportunity to even get back to the line of scrimmage. That’s one part of the reason his average per carry was so low.