Ricardo Colclough … punt return screwer upper.

Steelers say Colclough has neck injury, is questionable

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

By Ed Bouchette, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Cornerback Ricardo Colclough, whose muffed punt in the fourth quarter helped the Bengals beat the Steelers in their last game [Can we call him that forever? A la Dick Skrinjar, Mayor fillintheblank’s Chief of Making Shit Up?], may not play in their next one [I’ll live.].

Colclough has a mysterious neck injury [ooooh, just like Ben’s mysterious thumb injury. Only the Pittsburgh Steelers have injuries that are officially classified as “mysterious.”] that coach Bill Cowher said “surfaced” over the Steelers off week and was discovered only on Monday [He probably injured it by banging his head on the wall and saying “Stupid. Stupid. Stupid.”]. He listed him as questionable today. [I bet Colclough wants a week off because he really doesn’t want to get booed the second his cleat touches the grass.]

Cowher also listed halfback Najeh Davenport as questionable for the Steelers’ game in San Diego Sunday night. Davenport’s right calf was strained in practice Monday. [But not mysteriously strained.] The only other player listed as injured is safety Troy Polamalu, probable with a shoulder injury that has not prevented him from playing in the past two games [Yet has prevented him from being Troy Polamalu].

Sunday = must win.





2 Comments

  1. AwsCom
    October 3, 2006 7:03 pm

    Ideopathic suckititis.



  2. Lino Gunn
    October 4, 2006 10:39 am

    Ahh, the Mystery of Pittsburgh.