Steelers might not have Heath Miller for week one

According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, the Steelers might have to start the 2013 regular season without their starting tight end Heath Miller.

Miller is confident in the other tight ends that are currently on the roster.

“We have a really good room, a lot of capable guys in there,” Miller said. “I think maybe one of the best top to bottom that I’ve been starting camp with. Hopefully we’ll be able to keep everybody healthy, and I think everybody is capable of contributing and doing a good job.”

If Miller can’t start the season, Matt Spaeth will take over for him.

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  1. mwormack says

    Steeler fans better hope Heath is healthy because the two guys we have on the roster have the potential to be scary bad. Spaeth has caught like three passes in three years and Paulson, I wouldn’t bet my house on it but I think I can cover him. Coach Haley better have some sort of four or five receiver set offense, because if Miller is out for any extended period of time, all we have is a glorified tackle at TE. I don’t see those two in the next five years if they are still in the league getting 800 yards combined. Miller had more last year, I am a bit conscerned about TE.

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