The grass is not always greener. In this case the Pittsburgh Steelers have apparently gone back to their punter Jordan Berry who lost his job earlier this year to Dustin Colquitt. Coach Mike Tomlin, at the time stated Colquitt had a higher floor, meaning he has fewer punting mistakes than Berry. Unfortunately, the bottom dropped out of that floor when he started punting for the Steelers.
When Colquitt was released, fans were speculating who would be brought in. Corliss Waitman was a possibility, but he hasn’t been added to the roster from the practice squad. That opened the possibility of Berry rejoining the team, since he had a tryout on Tuesday. Berry required 3 straight days of negative Covid-19 testing to be able to be added to the active roster for tomorrow’s game.
It appears Berry has passed those tests with flying colors as he is reportedly will punt for the Steelers tomorrow. Both his punting and place holding will be on display as the undefeated Steelers travel to Tennessee to battle the undefeated Titans.