The Browns didn’t have a win during the 2017 season, but they will have a representative at the Pro Bowl. Linebacker Joe Schobert has been added to the AFC roster as the replacement for Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier, who suffered a season-ending spinal injury in December. Schobert tied Bills linebacker Preston Brown and Packers linebacker [more]
Pittsburgh’s defense is playing in honor of Ryan Shazier, and that should terrify Blake Bortles. It’s more than just a playoff game for the Pittsburgh Steelers, whose season’s mission has shifted since the injury to linebacker Ryan Shazier. Show More Summary
Shazier is fighting his way through a terrifying spinal injury he suffered in Week 13 against the Bengals. When the Steelers welcome the Jaguars to Heinz Field for the Divisional Round, they’ll take the field without the heart of the...Show More Summary
While the Steelers are preparing to host the Jaguars on Sunday in a playoff game, on Wednesday they had a much more welcome guest: Ryan Shazier. Pittsburgh’s injured linebacker was on hand for a team practice for the first time since undergoing spinal stabilization surgery over a month ago. Shazier, who has attended a Steelers game and […]
The linebacker visits his team as they prepare for their playoff game against the Jaguars
The Steelers had a little extra motivation at practice Wednesday. But Ryan Shazier said it was even better for him. The injured linebacker just posted a picture on Instagram of himself at Steelers practice, in a wheelchair but exuding the positive attitude he’s had since his spinal injury against the Bengals. “I want to thank [more]
Linebacker Ryan Shazier, who suffered a serious spinal injury last month, says he's been making progress.
Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl linebacker Ryan Shazier attended practice for the first time since injuring his spine against Cincinnati last month
A month ago, Ryan Shazier suffered a serious spinal injury during a Monday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Just a few days ago, Shazier’s father updated his son’s health, revealing that the Steelers linebacker regained feeling in his legs. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
“Just to be able to feel a part of it means the world.”
Ryan Shazier was able to go to Steelers' practice for the first time since his injury on December 4.
Great sign for Ryan Shazier -- a little over a month after he suffered a serious spine injury, the Steelers star was finally able to attend team practice Wednesday... and says he's pushing HARD to make a full recovery. Shazier,…
Ryan Shazier has returned to practice.
The Steelers linebacker has feeling in his legs but is still making slow progress back from spinal surgery
Ryan Shazier's father Vernon told WPXI's Lisa Sylvester in an interview that his son has feeling in his legs.
Father tells WPXI-TV that his son has regained feeling in his legs after spinal stabilization surgery a month ago.
“He’s making progress daily.”
A month after Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier suffered a serious spinal injury, his father says he is making progress. Vernon Shazier told WPXI that Ryan is regaining feeling in his legs. Vernon still believes his son will play football again. “He’s making progress daily,” Vernon Shazier said. “He’s a long ways from where he was [more]
Ryan Shazier has a long road ahead of him to return back to normal, so any accomplishment at this point is huge. It’s been exactly one month since the Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker injured his spine while making a tackle in a game against the Cincinnati Bengals and he just experienced something he hadn’t since that day. […]
For a Steelers assistant coach, his injury sounded a bit more painful on Thursday. However, Pittsburgh got welcome news about a player with a much more concerning issue when Ryan Shazier’s father revealed that the injured linebacker has regained feeling in his legs. “He’s making progress daily,” Vernon Shazier said of his son Thursday to WPXI’s […]