Polamalu And Clark Missing At Day Eight Of OTA’s

OTA day eight for the Steelers is today, and while the team has been pretty good about getting players on hand and ready, a couple are still having issues getting on the field.

Mark Kaboly of the Tribune-Review reports that Ryan Clark and Troy Polamalu are both still not on the field, and are two players that have been having issues getting on the field this spring.

It may not be an issue now, but could be down the road that these two key vets are missing playing time this early in the summer.

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4 Comments on "Polamalu And Clark Missing At Day Eight Of OTA’s"

  1. Stillers0817 | June 5, 2013 at 9:04 am | Reply

    We need them this year.

  2. Steve Geddes | June 5, 2013 at 4:57 pm | Reply

    Big Time Out deserved

  3. I try not to get too worked up about OTA drama, but these guys better be around come the start of the real season. If you’re looking for some offseason entertainment, come on out to the Lesean Mccoy Charity Softball Game on June 22nd in Lancaster, PA. A bunch of big name players including Plaxico Burress and Mike Wallace will be playing against Mccoy and the Eagles. Might even catch some other players hanging around the stadium. Should be a good time for a good cause.

  4. Yes we do.

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