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So Far, Jones In Line With Greats

In the Sunday Notebook, Dick LeBeau doesn't want to crush Jarvis Jones with lofty expectations, but so far so good. And Brandon Marshall is more than a beast.

The great ones didn't start for the Pittsburgh Steelers this early in their careers. But Jarvis Jones started for the reigning No. 1 defense in his second week at the hallowed position of blind-side outside linebacker. Here's how the rest of the greats broke in: * Greg Lloyd, a sixth-round pick, suffered a knee injury the second day of his rookie training camp and missed the entire 1987 season...