The Bears are hoping this week’s changes to the starting O-line will be the solution to the OL problems they have been struggling with for years.
Bears OLT J’Marcus Webb has eased some of the concerns about his play since QB Jay Cutler lit into him vs. the Packers in Week Two.
The Bears signed OT Jonathan Scott and waived P Ryan Quigley on Monday, and DT Nate Collins was reinstated to the Bears’ active roster.
Lions RB Jahvid Best has not been cleared for contact and he will begin training camp on the active/physically-unable-to-perform list.
The Lions signed former Steelers OT Jonathan Scott on Tuesday and released OT Johnny Culbreath.
The Steelers released OT Jonathan Scott on Thursday. Scott played in 12 games with five starts for Pittsburgh last season.
All season, the Steelers haven't hesitated to make changes along their offensive line, and left guard was one example in Week 12.
The Steelers have re-signed OT Max Starks to a one-year contract and released OT Chris Scott, the team announced Wednesday.
The Steelers, keeping a pair of key members of their offensive line, have agreed on contracts with OTs Willie Colon and Jonathan Scott, according to published reports.
The Steelers' O-line once more is being questioned. But if it wins a Super Bowl, after everything it has endured, the critics will be silenced.
Jonathan Scott will step in for Steelers OLT Max Starks, who will miss the rest of the season with a neck injury, but we hear the loss of Starks shouldn't be underestimated.
According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Steelers starting OLT Max Starks has a serious neck injury and consulted with doctors late Tuesday to determine if surgery is required.
Three linemen visited the Steelers Friday as they look to add some depth in the trenches. NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reported that DE Baraka Atkins, OT Allen Barbre and OG Donald Thomas all visited the Steelers.