There’s been talk about the Steelers going to some kind of “wildcat” offense this year with 2nd year QB Dennis Dixon having more to do with the offense….the Tribune-Review today says that won’t happen:
Steelers QB Dennis Dixon, a running as well as a passing threat in college, said he is open to taking snaps as a “Wildcat” quarterback. Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, however, said earlier this week that he has no plans to add the subpackage to the Steelers’ offense in part because “Dennis would get broken in half.” That means Dixon, barring injury or a dismal preseason by Batch, will spend at least another year learning.
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