Plaxico Burress | WR | Pittsburgh Steelers
Posted: 2/26/2014 10:42am et
Free-agent WR Plaxico Burress (shoulder) said Tuesday, Feb. 25, that he still wants to play in the NFL.
Huddle Up: It's been a while since Burress was relevant, fantasy or otherwise; even if he catches on somewhere in the league, at this juncture of his career that's unlikely to change.
Posted: 1/29/2014 11:31pm et
New York Giants WR Hakeem Nicks got advice from Pittsburgh Steelers WR Plaxico Burress over the course of the season about how to play through a contract year. "I tried to pick his mind, see what he had going and really just be a friend and let him understand I played the position," Burress told NJ.com on Wednesday. "It's not always easy but you have to go out and be focused. Hopefully between those lines, it's all football."
Huddle Up: Nicks getting advice from Burress? The jokes just write themselves. Maybe it was Plax who told Nicks to avoid scoring any touchdowns in 2013.
Posted: 8/9/2013 4:10pm et
The last wide receiver spot for the Pittsburgh Steelers was believed to be a battle between WRs Plaxico Burress (shoulder) and Jerricho Cotchery. With Burress suffering a torn rotator cuff in practice Thursday, Aug. 8, a potential season-ending injury, it might be good news for Cotchery.
Huddle Up: Not really the way you want to win a job, but Cotchery will take it as he preps for his 3rd season with the Steelers. Still, barring more WR maladies in thr Steel City, Cotchery won't be a fantasy factor.
Posted: 8/9/2013 12:22am et
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Plaxico Burress (shoulder) has been diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff and could miss the entire 2013 season.
Huddle Up: Burress will turn 36 next week, and something like this at this stage of the game, it could be a career-ending injury for Plax, who had only 3 catches in 3 games last season. He was competing for one of the final WR spots on the Steelers as it was.
Posted: 6/9/2013 1:01pm et
Pittsburgh Steelers WR Plaxico Burress said he believes he can be a factor in the red zone because of his size. 'I know I can still play, I know I can dominate in the red zone,' Burress said. 'Just go out and play at a high percentage. In those one-on-one opportunities, just succeed at a high rate. I know I can. Being out there last year, I drew double coverage in the red zone without hardly playing, I think teams will have to respect that.'
Huddle Up: Last we checked, the 35-year-old Burress still towers over most DBs at 6-foot-5, and to the WR's point, he had a combined 34 TD catches over his past 4 full seasons.