First-round rookie David DeCastro will make his NFL debut as the Steelers' starting right guard at Dallas in Week 15.
Steelers activated RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) from I.R./designated for return and promoted OL John Malecki from the practice squad.
Steelers RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) returned to practice Wednesday.
The Steelers' optimism on rookie RG David DeCastro's (knee surgery) return has reportedly "tempered" of late.
According to the Beaver County Times, there's a chance rookie RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) might not play this year.
Coach Mike Tomlin suggested Steelers RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) is making progress toward a successful return when eligible in Week 9.
Steelers RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) is "walking without a limp and feels no pain."
Steelers assigned RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) the "designated for return" tag on injured reserve.
The Steelers are expected to designate rookie RG David DeCastro (knee surgery) as their injured/reserve player eligible for activation after eight weeks.
The Steelers have decided not to place RG David DeCastro (knee) on season-ending injured reserve.
A source with knowledge of the situation tells Profootbaltalk.com that Steelers first-round pick David DeCastro will miss 3-5 months with a dislocated kneecap, torn MCL, and partially torn patellar tendon in his right knee.
A Sunday MRI revealed that Steelers first-round pick David DeCastro dislocated his right kneecap, tore his MCL, and suffered "some damage" to the patellar tendon in Saturday night's preseason game injury.
Steelers rookie RG David DeCastro will undergo an MRI this afternoon to determine the severity of his right knee injury.
NFL.com reports that Steelers rookie RG David DeCastro has damage to both his right ACL and MCL and will be out "awhile."