“I’ll be starting,” Woodley said after practice today.
“Yeah, I’m going to go,” on Sunday, DeCastro said. “I’ll be good.”
It was already known the Steelers would have a new starter at center, what with
DeCastro (foot) progressed from did not participate to limited to full participation over the last three days, and he was listed as probable for Sunday.
That appears to indicate that Wallace at center and
Adams has started at left tackle previously, opening the first four games there before the Steelers made the switch to Beachum for their game on Oct. 13 against the Jets.
“If that’s the case I just want to go out and help my team,” Adams said.
Having starters DeCastro and fellow guard
“Me and Ramon both know what’s going on,” DeCastro said. “I think Cody knows what’s going on, too. I don’t think it’s going to be a problem.”
“It’s just based on how I feel when I get out there,” he said. “You don’t want to fatigue it and re-injure it so we’re going to be smart about it.”
Adams has played extensively as an extra tight end and made three starts in that capacity since being replaced at left tackle.
“I’ve had a lot of time to work on the small things, technique stuff and things like that,” he said. “Looking forward to getting a chance to go out and help the guys.”
FRIDAY’S STATUS REPORT
Doubtful: Kelvin Beachum (knee)
Probable: David DeCastro (foot), LaMarr Woodley (calf), Le’Veon Ball (concussion), Mike Adams (ankle)