In case you were wondering, Ramon Foster is starting at guard tomorrow. Yes, I am worried about that as well.
When the Steelers signed Ramon Foster as an undrafted free agent, he was viewed as an offensive line project with a nice upside. When Foster beat out Doug Legursky to became the backup left guard to start the season, he was no longer viewed as a long-term project because his promotion meant he was only one play away from replacing starter Chris Kemoeatu. Foster makes his NFL debut as a starter Sunday night against the Baltimore Ravens because Kemoeatu is sidelined with sprained medial collateral ligament (MCL) in his left knee. “This week is a little bit different,” said Foster, who primarily started at right tackle at Tennessee. “Now you get a little more time to prepare and get into the mindset of knowing you’re going to play for sure instead of coming off the sideline. “I didn’t even know he (Kemoeatu) was coming out for an injury. I thought he was going to come out for a play and go back in.”