Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday August 11th – Worilds Struggling, Keenan Making Jump Edition

Gerry Dulac goes over the tough time rookie linebacker Jason Worilds is having staying on the field and keeping up to speed with the new defensive wrinkles coming at him daily. Worild\’s hamstring began to deteriorate toward again on Tuesday by the end of practice and you have to wonder if he will even dress Saturday at this point. Dulac filed a video report as well on Tuesday in which he talks a little more about Worilds and center Doug Legursky who is having a great training camp. He also covers Stefan Logan and his fight to keep his roster spot.
The game notes release for the first preseason game against the Detroit Lions is now available for download. In it is what appears to be the first peek of a resemblance of a depth chart on page 14 as well. I always enjoy reading this all the way through.

Mike Wallace says that his long time friend Keenan Lewis has really made an improvement at cornerback going into his second season. Wallace admits having a hard time catching passes on him because he is so big and rangy. Right now Lewis is running second team left corner behind Bryant McFadden.

Linebacker Lawrence Timmons is making a huge jump it seems this offseason and showing how versatile he is in the process. He can play all three linebacker positions and possibly even the buck inside spot if needed in a pinch, reports Mark Kaboly. Justin Labar and John Harris talk to Timmons in a video report below.

Some good news about rookie running back Jonathan Dwyer is creeping out as Mike Bires reports that Dwyer was consistently physical on Tuesday. If he stays healthy, Dwyer will see extensive action on Saturday night versus the Lions.

93.7 The Fan continues to have some of the best interviews during camp and Tuesday was no exception as Bruce Arians, Casey Hampton and William Gay all sat down to talk about the progress of training camp and other things going on. All three audios are available for listening.

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