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Steelers Powerful Running Back Master Teague Carted Off During Tuesday’s Practice

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Steelers Powerful Running Back Master Teague Carted Off During Tuesday’s Practice

The Pittsburgh Steelers were forced to sign running back Master Teague two weeks ago when they lost fellow camp signee Jeremy McNichols. And up until this point everything was going very well for Teague.

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According to multiple reports, including our very own Brandon Wallace who is live from Latrobe, Teague fell awkwardly to the ground before limping off the field. From there Teague was carted to the locker room with what appears to be a lower body injury.

*UPDATE* – Following todays practice head coach Mike Tomlin updated everyone on the status of Teague. Tomlin said that he is “day to day” with an ankle injury. Good news for Teague.

Teague, and undrafted free agent Jaylen Warren were impressive in the Steelers first game action of the preseason.

In four seasons at Ohio State, he had 1,764 rushing yards (5.5 yards per carry) along with 17 rushing touchdowns. Through the air, he had just 11 career catches for 118 receiving yards. He’s more of a power back, as evidenced by his 226-pound frame.


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