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You’ve gotta have a special talent to play eight-man football, he says. You’ve gotta be a well-rounded player. I mean, you’re playing both sides of the ball. Not that 11-man players don’t play both sides of the ball, but I think it definitely helps with the speed of the game and being able to open-field tackle. Those are important aspects of the game, and you’ve gotta be able to do everything. You gotta have dynamic players that can play everywhere.
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The Steelers’ season may be over, but one player is still fighting in an extremely important battle. Middle linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered a spinal injury in December and has been making slow progress in a quest that stretches far beyond the gridiron.

Mens Tom Compton Jersey On Feb. 20, Ryan Shazier spoke for the first time about his injury when he was a guest on his teammate Roosevelt Nix’s podcast. Shazier said that he’s making progress every day and that he plans to play football again one day. He echoed that on March 4 in a conversation with NFL Network’s Rich Eisen and Mike Mayock. Shazier said he wants to get back on the field and continue what he hopes will be a Hall of Fame career.