2008 Steelers Camp Roster and the skinny

The roster that the Steelers will open camp with tomorrow when they begin their 42nd summer at Saint Vincent College

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CAMP ROSTER 2008
No
Player
Ht.
Wt.
Exp.
CollegeThe skinnyQ-BACKS
2
Dennis Dixon
6-3
195
R
OregonNo. 3 with a bullet
7
Ben Roethlisberger
6-5
241
5
Miami (OH)Among best in NFL
8
Mike Potts
6-4
220
R
William and MaryLooks like arm for camp.
16
Charlie Batch
6-2
216
11
Eastern MichiganBest backup in the league.RUNNING BACKS
21
Mewelde Moore
5-11
209
5
TulaneWell-rounded third-down back.
28
Justin Vincent
5-10
219
1
LSUTough for him to make it.
33
Gary Russell
5-11
215
2
MinnesotaSleeper who made it.
34
Rashard Mendenhall
5-10
225
R
IllinoisShould make an impact.
38
Carey Davis
5-10
225
3
IllinoisOnly legit FB on team.
39
Willie Parker
5-10
209
5
North CarolinaHealed and ready to go.
42
Billy Latsko
5-10
233
1
FloridaPractice squad possibility.WIDE RECIEVERS
10
Santonio Holmes
5-11
192
3
Ohio StateGets shot as return man, too.
11
Jeremy Bloom
5-9
180
2
ColoradoGets a shot as return man.
13
Marvin Allen
5-10
185
1
NoneInternational player on practice squad.
14
Limas Sweed
6-4
220
R
TexasHas chance to make plays.
15
Willie Reid
5-10
192
3
Florida StateCan he stay healthy?
19
Gerran Walker
5-10
185
1
LehighDeep on depth chart.
80
Kevin Marion
5-10
168
R
Wake ForestSlight frame, small chance.
81
Dallas Baker
6-3
206
1
Florida'07 pick on the brink.
86
Hines Ward
6-0
205
11
GeorgiaAs tough as ever.
85
Nate Washington
6-1
185
4
TiffinSteadily improving.
87
Micah Rucker
6-6
221
R
Eastern IllinoisAmong tallest of the wideouts.TIGHT ENDS
48
Cody Boyd
6-8
264
2
Washington StateCompeting for No. 3 spot.
83
Heath Miller
6-5
256
4
VirginiaAs good as they come.
84
Dezmond Sherrod
6-2
250
R
Mississippi StateThere's an opening.
88
Jon Dekker
6-5
250
2
PrincetonInside track to No. 3.
89
Matt Spaeth
6-7
270
2
MinnesotaFast start, then disappeared.OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
61
Sean Mahan
6-3
301
6
Notre DameTrying to keep his job.
62
Justin Hartwig
6-4
312
7
KansasLikely new center.
65
Jeremy Parquet
6-6
321
4
S. MississippiBig man, tall order.
66
Tony Hills
6-5
304
R
TexasOnly lineman drafted.
67
Matt Lentz
6-6
320
1
MichiganHuge guard.
68
Chris Kemoeatu
6-3
344
4
UtahFinally gets his shot.
69
Jason Capizzi
6-9
330
2
IUPTall player, long shot.
72
Darnell Stapleton
6-3
305
2
RutgersBackup guard/center.
73
Kendall Simmons
6-3
315
7
AuburnSteady starter.
74
Willie Colon
6-3
315
3
HofstraLooking to start again.
77
Marvel Smith
6-5
321
9
Arizona StateBack miseries behind him.
78
Max Starks
6-8
345
5
Florida$7 million still a mystery.
79
Trai Essex
6-4
324
4
NorthwesternMust fight to hold roster spot.DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
64
Jordan Reffett
6-4
292
R
WashingtonHas an outside shot.
67
Kyle Clement
6-3
315
R
NorthwoodOpenings for young linemen.
71
Scott Paxson
6-4
292
1
Penn StateThird time the charm?
76
Chris Hoke
6-2
305
8
Brigham YoungLongtime strong backup NT.
90
Travis Kirschke
6-3
298
12
UCLABack has held him back.
91
Aaron Smith
6-5
298
10
Northern ColoradoAmong team MVPs.
93
Nick Eason
6-3
305
6
ClemsonYoungest of top 6 D-linemen.
95
Ryan McBean
6-5
290
2
Oklahoma StateYoungster on older line.
96
Martavius Prince
6-2
282
R
Southern MissHas prince of a chance.
98
Casey Hampton
6-1
325
8
TexasRumored weight loss a plus.
99
Brett Keisel
6-5
285
7
Brigham YoungSpeed, quickness asset.LINEBACKERS
46
Patrick Bailey
6-4
235
R
DukeRookie free agent, long-shot.
47
Donovan Woods
6-2
230
R
Oklahoma StateHas a chance.
48
Anthony Trucks
6-1
230
1
OregonRolling, rolling, rolling.
50
Larry Foote
6-1
239
7
MichiganChallenged by Timmons.
51
James Farrior
6-2
243
12
VirginiaStill strong at 33.
53
Bruce Davis
6-3
252
R
UCLAMight help pass rush.
54
Andre Frazier
6-5
245
4
CincinnatiAdds depth on the outside.
55
Mike Humpal
6-3
240
R
IowaSleeper draft pick.
57
Keyaron Fox
6-3
235
5
Georgia TechUFA special teams signing.
94
Lawrence Timmons
6-1
234
2
Florida StateGetting a Foote in door.
97
Arnold Harrison
6-3
241
3
GeorgiaVeteran backup on outside.
92
James Harrison
6-0
242
5
Kent StateLast year's MVP.
56
LaMarr Woodley
6-2
265
2
MichiganHis time to shine.SAFETIES
23
Tyrone Carter
5-9
195
9
MinnesotaRoster spot in jeopardy.
25
Ryan Clark
5-11
205
7
Louisiana StateBack after losing spleen.
27
Anthony Smith
6-1
200
3
SyracuseAt a crossroads.
29
Ryan Mundy
6-1
215
R
West VirginiaCould stick as backup safety.
41
Grant Mason
6-0
198
2
MichiganBack to try again.
43
Troy Polamalu
5-10
207
6
USCLooking to regain top form.CORNERBACKS
20
Bryant McFadden
6-0
190
4
Florida StateAt the least, No. 3 CB.
22
William Gay
5-10
190
2
LouisvilleNice rookie season.
24
Ike Taylor
6-2
195
6
La.-LafayetteRebounded after poor '06.
26
Deshea Townsend
5-10
190
11
AlabamaKeeps on tickin'.
30
Roy Lewis
5-10
190
R
WashingtonROY, not Ray.
31
Travis Williams
5-9
180
R
East CarolinaSize could be problem.
37
Anthony Madison
5-9
180
3
AlabamaLittle man hangs around.SPECIALISTS
3
Jeff Reed-a
5-11
225
7
North CarolinaAlmost perfect in '07.
4
Julian Rauch-a
5-11
207
R
Appalachian StateExtra leg for camp.
9
Daniel Sepulveda-b
6-3
230
2
BaylorShould only get better.
60
Greg Warren-c
6-3
252
4
North CarolinaExcellent long-snapper.a-kicker b-punter c-long snapper


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