Fear not, fantasy football fanatics who drafted JuJu Smith-Schuster, the electric Pittsburgh Steelers weapon will be on the field for a Week 16 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. The Steelers, on the other hand, are dealing with life without James Conner and losing three of their last four games.
The second-year back, who was named to his first Pro Bowl earlier this week, has 1,376 yards from scrimmage in 12 games.
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"I'm trying, man. It's day by day", Conner said Wednesday. "These high ankle sprains are deceiving". It's a reason why we keep [three backs] on the team. We'll have to wait and see just how much Pittsburgh relies on No. 19 as the regular season begins to wind down. If the Ravens win and Steelers lose, Baltimore would take control of the AFC North with one game to play.
Ginn returned to practice this week for the first time since being placed on injured reserve on October 18 because of a knee injury repaired by arthroscopic surgery.
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Foster said Smith-Schuster was involved in the pre-practice walkthrough, and wide receiver Antonio Brown said, "I think he will be there with us" Sunday.
Of course, Smith-Schuster is just trying to be amusing here, as he obviously understands what is at stake for the Steelers, but let's be real: this is an awesome tweet. Rookie James Washington, who is coming off a 65-yard performance, would be a candidate to start and will stay ready regardless. "Staying persistent and sticking to it".
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As a Crystal Palace cross skidded across the front of the goal and along the touchline, a ball boy ran to intercept it. Roy Hodgson's Palace had picked up just one point from their last six away games and had not won at City since 1990.