Steelers ILB Sean Spence (knee) has been fully cleared and will participate in OTAs.
Steelers ILB Sean Spence (knee) is "significantly ahead" of where the team thought he would be at this point.
Steelers GM Kevin Colbert said ILB Sean Spence (knee) had "one great day of practice" toward the end of last season, which gives the team hope he may play again.
Steelers placed ILB Sean Spence on injured reserve with a knee injury, ending his season.
Steelers ILB Sean Spence (PUP, knee) resumed practicing Wednesday.
Steelers placed ILB Sean Spence on the reserve/PUP list.
Steelers ILB Sean Spence (knee surgery) hopes to play in 2013, but isn't targeting a specific timeframe.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin disputed LBs coach Keith Butler's assessment of ILB Sean Spence (knee surgery) and expects Spence to make "a complete recovery."
Steelers LBs coach Keith Butler says it would be "miraculous" if 2012 third-round pick Sean Spence played football again.
Steelers ILB Sean Spence's catastrophic 2012 knee injury included a damaged peroneal nerve behind his left knee.
Steelers GM Kevin Colbert referred to ILB Sean Spence's 2012 ACL and LCL tear along with a dislocated kneecap as an "unknown injury."
The Steelers are not counting on ILB Sean Spence (knee) making an impact in 2013.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette confirms rookie ILB Sean Spence has "multiple torn ligaments" in his left knee, and will miss the entire season.
Steelers rookie ILB Sean Spence is believed to have a torn ACL, torn LCL, and dislocated kneecap.