Emmanuel Sanders said his foot is fine and will play. Said it was just stepped on
Sounds like #Steelers WR Emmanuel Sanders, who left yesterday’s win with a foot injury, will be OK. Source indicates nothing major.
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Massive fines and penalties, an intimidation factor, a reputation for nastiness. Not surprisingly, they are becoming known — wrongly or not — as the NFL's dirtiest defense. A few years ago, it was the Steelers. Now it's the Lions. The Steelers (3-6) meet the league's new bullies Sunday, and..." November 15
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "With the Steelers off to an 0-4 start wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders doesn't appear nearly as concerned about his future as he was when training camp began nearly three months ago. Sanders began the season with the intent of proving he's among the NFL's elite pass-catchers. He wasn't willing to..." October 06
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Emmanuel Sanders swears he does not think about his contract situation does not wonder where he will be next season and will not hold back because of fear of injury. "I'm excited about the new opportunity just to be a starting wide receiver in this league" the fourth-year pro said. He will..." August 03
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Emmanuel Sanders lined up in Mike Wallace's old spot during the first week of offseason team practices. Barring an injury, the wide receiver will line up there as the starter in the Sept. 8 opener against Tennessee. And if Sanders can produce the way Wallace did, he can cash in during..." May 26
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The New England Patriots weren't the only ones to offer Emmanuel Sanders a contract in free agency, and the Steelers might not be able to keep the wide receiver beyond the 2013 season. "We had several teams make offers in free agency so we know there are teams who really like Emmanuel," Jordan..." April 15
Boston Herald "The Pittsburgh Steelers foiled the Patriots’ recent bid to make an upgrade at wide receiver, matching the Pats’ offer sheet yesterday to retain restricted free agent Emmanuel Sanders. The Patriots’ $2.5 million offer seemed modest Wednesday, and that ultimately proved to be the case when the..." April 15
USA Today "About six hours before the deadline to match the New England Patriots' offer to Emmanuel Sanders, the Pittsburgh Steelers have done just that. The team on Sunday matched the one-year, $2.5 million offer sheet for the restricted free-agent wide receiver, Sanders' agent, Jordan Woy, told USA..." April 14
CBSSports.com "The Steelers have not finalized a decision on matching Emmanuel Sanders' offer sheet with New England, according to sources, and the decision will likely to come down to Monday. The team has until Monday to make a final decision with a five-day window to match the $2.5 million offer sheet to..." April 13
Big Ben has been lobbying hard to retain Sanders, calling coach Mike Tomlin and others on the staff urging them to match the $2.5M offer
Steelers are 50-50 whether to match Emmanuel Sanders offer sheet. Some in org. want the 3rd round pick. Others want the player.
NESN "It’s been nearly a month since the Patriots hosted Emmanuel Sanders on a free-agent visit, but they’ve decided now is the time to strike. The Patriots have offered the wide receiver a one-year deal, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The details of the deal aren’t yet known. Sanders..." April 10
WEEI Boston "There are conflicting reports about whether the Patriots have made an offer to Steelers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. According to a story on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette website posted just after midnight, the Patriots did present an offer to the restricted free agent. However, no major media..." March 16