According to the Beaver County Times, Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall expects to see a significant amount of playing time against the Eagles this weekened.
Mendenhall will return to game action for the first time since he tore his ACL last season. Without Mendenhall, the Steelers have had one of worst rushing units in the league. In fact, Pittsburgh has yet to have a single running back talley more than 43-yards in a single game this season.
Isaac Redman and Jonathan Dwyer could still see some limited action, but getting Mendenhall going seems like a big part of their game plan.