PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Steelers are rarely in full shape during the preseason this year. The offense, in particular, has endured weeks without some of its top weapons.
Nagy Harris was in the backfield again after recovering from a leg injury. Harris said it was a Linsfranc sprain that usually takes him four to six weeks to heal. He’s now been in his recovery process for about four weeks and, in his own words, is still a little rusty.
“It’s nice to be back there,” Harris said. “I was a little rusty, I’ll admit. I was down for about four weeks….I had my foot stepped on. I had a rinsfranc sprain. To get things back in motion, I felt a little rusty.
That being said, Harris claims his legs are in great shape. He’s just recovered from an injury, but a hit like the one against Detroit could get him back in shape for the regular season.
“Get live action like this [helps]’Cause I don’t really get live action,” Harris said.
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