- Browns HC Hue Jackson said Tuesday that DE Emmanuel Ogbah (ankle) will not play in Week 3’s game against the Jets. (Scott Petrak)
- Jackson added that they’re still determining LB Christian Kirksey (ankle) and FS Damarious Randall‘s (heel) status for Thursday’s game.
Eric Williams of ESPN reports that Chargers DT Corey Liuget is suing his former trainer, Ian Danney, for $15 million in damages due to lost wages, pain and suffering for testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs.
Liuget claims Danney is responsible for the consequences of injecting him with a substance banned by the NFL and subsequently receiving a four-game suspension for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
According to the lawsuit, Danney told Liuget he was using a high dose of an over-the-counter, anti-inflammatory to treat Liuget’s pain following a Chargers game last season. However, Liuget claims that Danney lied and injected him with a banned NFL substance.
Steelers G David DeCastro said he was not given a timetable regarding the broken hand and is unsure of when he’ll return.
“I think it’s one of those things where they don’t tell you (the timetable) on purpose so I can just keep hoping that I’m going to play and trick myself into (thinking I’m) playing,” DeCastro said, via Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “They never told me it’s going to be three week, it’s going to be one week, it’s going to be 10 weeks.”
- Regarding WR Antonio Brown‘s confrontation with OC Randy Fichtner in Week 2, Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger said the situation was “just frustration” and that he does not think the receiver wants to be traded. (Jeremy Fowler)
- Adam Caplan reports that the Steelers worked out P Jeff Locke, P Justin Vogel and LS Nick Meadows.