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Lack Of Defensive Production Not Worrying Steelers

Erik Totten might be a young back-up but he wasn't about to take cheap shots from anybody, so he fired back at rookie receiver Brian Robinson yesterday. <br><br> Totten pinned Robinson quickly and when he was peeled off he found he was the center of attention of a pack of barking dogs, also known as defensive players with chips on their shoulders.

"It was a good, energized practice," said Coach Bill Cowher. "There was some misdirected energy, but it was good. It's a short week and we've got to get some work done." The defense in particular has some ground to gain because the numbers through two preseason games aren't very encouraging. The defense this year wanted to limit third-down conversions, put more pressure on the quarterback and...

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