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Steelers ‘Disappointed’ in Reschedule, Will Treat Week as Bye

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers learned just hours before their Thursday practice that their Week 4 game against the Tennessee Titans will be rescheduled to later in the season. 

The NFL decided to postpone the game past their initial hopes of Monday or Tuesday after one more Titans player and one personnel tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday morning. The league released a statement saying they will set a new date for the matchup “shortly.”

“I’m disappointed because we were preparing to play, and we’re not getting an opportunity to,” head coach Mike Tomlin said. “But we understand the nature of the environment we’re in in 2020 so we’re adjusting accordingly. There’s disappointment. No question. We’ve worked in the beginning portion of this week in preparation for what we thought was an opportunity against an undefeated team in their home venue. You lean in on those opportunities.”

The Steelers still

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Is Penn State set to pick up a Class of 2021 commitment, or will it be disappointed again?

Decision day is here for Milbrook, N.C., three-star offensive tackle Diego Pounds.

Anita Palvin et al. that are talking to each other: Penn State offensive line coach Phil Trautwein addresses the media on Feb

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Penn State offensive line coach Phil Trautwein addresses the media on Feb

Will it mean good news for Penn State in the Class of 2021 for the first time since July?

All signs initially pointed to yes, as the experts involved with Rivals’ FutureCast and 247Sports’ Crystal Ball, which are the recruiting industry’s leading prediction tools, were unanimous in making Penn State the pick.

Then, on Thursday night, that changed when Blue-White Illustrated expert Ryan Snyder flipped his choice from the Lions to North Carolina.

Pounds has also been considering the Tar Heels, among others, but the Lions long ago put themselves in a strong position to become the leader for this commitment when they offered the 6-foot-6, 305-pound talent back in March and then continued to make him a priority recruit

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