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Hampton back at practice

Nose tackle Casey Hampton, who is coming off ACL and elbow injuries and hasn’t played yet in the preseason, went through his most extensive practice since being taken off the physically unable to p......

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Steelers D-line in flux as Hampton hits snag

The Pittsburgh Steelers have their nose tackles of the future in third-year man Steve McLendon and rookie Alameda Ta'amu.

The future, however, might be coming a little faster than expected.

Veteran Casey Hampton, already recovering from offseason knee surgery, said on Wednesday he's dealing with a left elbow issue. The 34-year-old Hampton says he...

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Steelers remove Rashard Mendenhall, Casey Hampton from PUP list

Two veteran Steelers recovering from torn ACLs have been deemed ready to start practicing by the team. The Steelers announced Friday afternoon that they have activated running back Rashard Mendenhall and defensive tackle Casey Hampton from the physically-unable-to-perform list. There wasn’t much sign that either player was close to being read...

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Hampton, Mendenhall Off PUP List; Could be Back Soon

Casey Hampton and Rashard Mendenhall have both made the next step in returning to regular action for the Steelers. Mendenhall and Hampton are both recovering from ACL injuries suffered towards the end of the 2011-2012 season. With the Steelers removing Mendenhall and Hampton from the PUP list they n ContinueThe post Hampton, Mendenhall Off PUP List...

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Steelers Activate Casey Hampton and Rashard Mendenhall From PUP List

The Steelers activated veteran nose tackle Casey Hampton and veteran running back Rashard Mendenhall from the PUP (Physically Unable to Perform) List, the team announced today. Hampton is in his 12......

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Mendenhall and Hampton Both Activated From the PUP List


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The Steelers got great news on the injury front on Friday, as the team activated veteran nose tackle Casey Hampton and veteran running back Rashard Mendenhall from the PUP (Physically Unable to Perform) List. Mendenhall was expected to be out at least at the start of the season, and reports say he could still miss [...]...

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Steeler’s Casey Hampton: We’re not finished yet

Pittsburgh Steelers NT Casey Hampton, coming a torn ACL injury he suffered in the playoff loss to Denver and currently on the PUP list, thinks that any talk of the Steelers being old and slow is a bit premature.
Although slow at the moment, and perhaps a bit old, at 35, Hampton told the The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register, "They've been sayi...

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Casey Hampton may be old and slow, but he says it’s not over

When Pittsburgh opened last season by taking a one-sided beatdown in Baltimore, Warren Sapp proclaimed that the Steelers were “old, slow and it’s over.” Casey Hampton is, at age 35, the second-oldest Steeler. And at well over 300 pounds and coming off a torn ACL, he may be the slowest Steeler as well. But he…

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Casey Hampton and Rashard Mendenhall Both May Start Year on PUP List

Pro Football Weekly reports that a couple Steelers normally in the starting lineup could start the 2012 season on the teams PUP list.

Steelers GM Kevin Colbert told Scott Brown of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he won’t be surprised if NT Casey Hampton and RB Rashard Mendenhall both began the 2012 season on the physically unable to perform list.

Both players are recovering from torn ACLs that occurred late last season and the two players just started working out again.

Hampton, a five-time Pro Bowler, suffered a torn ACL in his left knee during the Steelers’ wild-card playoff loss at Denver. Mendenhall, who has scored 30 touchdowns the past three seasons as a starter, tore the ACL in his right knee at Cleveland in Week 17.

“My guess is they’ll open the season on PUP (the physically unable to perform list),” Colbert told the paper. “You’ve got to remember both of those injuries happened late in the year.”

Both players are in the final year of their contracts. If placed on the PUP list, they wouldn’t be eligible to play until after the Steelers’ sixth game.

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