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Steelers’ injury struggles continue as James Washington will reportedly miss time with shoulder injury



The Pittsburgh Steelers have had bad luck when it comes to injuries this season, and they were dealt another blow on Wednesday. 

According to Ian Rapoport, wide receiver James Washington is expected to miss a “few weeks” with a shoulder injury he suffered during Sunday’s 26-23 overtime loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Washington exited the game in the third quarter, and was later seen in a sling.

The second-year wideout was having his best game of the season, as he caught a season-high three passes for 52 yards before exiting early. After a disappointing rookie season, Washington seems to have finally found a place in Pittsburgh’s offense. His absence will give other wideouts opportunities, however, and rookie Diontae Johnson is an intriguing prospect.

The rookie out of Toledo already has double the amount of catches than Washington does this season, and he should get more opportunities moving forward. Still, Pittsburgh is dealing with a myriad of injuries, which could make it hard for anyone to find success on offense.

With Ben Roethlisberger out for the season due to an elbow injury, the keys to the offense have been handed to Mason Rudolph. He exited the matchup against the Ravens early as well due to a vicious hit he took to the head. It’s unclear if he will play in Week 6, but he was able to return to the Steelers’ facilities less than 24 hours after he sustained his concussion. 

If Rudolph can’t go against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday night, rookie Devlin Hodges will get the start. He played fairly well in relief duty against the Ravens, completing 7 of 9 passes for 68 yards, and also rushed twice for 20 yards. 

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2019 Denver Broncos Game Vlog – Week 7, vs. Kansas City Chiefs – CBS Denver




2019 Denver Broncos Game Vlog – Week 7, vs. Kansas City ChiefsWe know this vlog is probably going to be the toughest to watch, but we promise you won’t see one highlight from the game, just the behind-the-scenes things you’re used to from the vlog by now, including Peyton Manning & Demarcus Ware on the sidelines pre-game, and Courtland Sutton & Von Miller in the locker room post-game.

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Tech it Out: a brand new 15-minute section debuts




In the first edition of “Tech It Out,” we will check out the latest research on the reversal of Earth’s magnetic fields, salute the Nobel chemistry prize winners, find out how to make flexible lithium-ion batteries, and walk you through the major science news in the past two weeks.

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