Isaac Redman, Jonathan Dwyer and Dwayne Wright all bulled into the end zone to give the offense a 3-2 advantage in the goal line drill during Steelers camp. The defense responded with back-to-back stops to claim bragging rights on the day that featured the first live hitting of training camp.
Four running backs got carries, and Frank Summers may have gotten a crack during the goal-line drill had he not missed practice because of a concussion. Tomlin also said that starting running back Rashard Mendenhall is "absolutely" a candidate to be the Steelers' short-yardage back.
May 25 · 2:06 PM EDT