First Call: Avery Williamson jokes about trading for Steelers; Ravens beats after WR loss

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In “First Call” on Monday, Avery Williamson posts about his business to the Steelers. The Stats’ 7-0 start to the Steelers meant they could not “miss” the playoffs. Levine Bell had a tough day against his former team. And a hopping of Raven on social media.

Woke up again?

Ever since Devin Bush took over as Steelers, starting within Linebacker, Robert Spillen has made his presence known.

He stumbled with a stumbling block Sunday against Baltimore. A thunderous stop against Derrick Henry on goal line in Tennessee last week.

Not to mention the 10 individual abilities against the Ravens.

But the Steelers need more. Sports Illustrated, via Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, reports that the Steelers are trading for another linebacker.

This is Avery Williamson Of the New York Jets.

The Steelers Were affiliated with Williamson When he leaves the Tennessee Titans for the Jets before the 2018 season.

Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert was looking for a way to replace injured Pro Bowl linebacker Ryan Shazier. But the Kentucky product signed a three-year, $ 22.50 million contract in New York, which includes a $ 16 million guarantee and a $ 6 million signing bonus. Williamson started all 16 games in 2018 and recorded a career-high of 120 combined blocks (80 singles). It went with three excuses and an interception.

Williamson then tore up his ACL a season before the start of the 2019 season. This year he has 31 individual blocks and interceptions.

Williams seems to have confirmed the trade talk on his own Instagram account.

In a rather humorous style.

Hey, if you’re going from unbeaten jets to unbeaten steelers, you’ll be in a funny mood too.

Pretty good company

What was the 7-0 start for the Pittsburgh Steelers? Historically, that’s good. Really good.

As Missy Mathews Explains.

The 7-0 Steelers were one of 10 players to win the championship after beating the Dallas Cowboys in the Super Bowl XIII.

Remember, the Steelers were 7-2-1 in 2018 and missed the playoffs altogether. But that is unlikely to happen. Again. With this team.

The next three games in particular are against Dallas, Cincinnati and Jacksonville. Those teams have a total record of 5-17-1.

Brown out

At least one Baltimore Ravens player has been beaten following his team’s appearance to the Steelers.

Marquez “Hollywood” Brown, a cousin of former steeler Antonio Brown, said no one was happy about his role during Sunday’s defeat.

He caught a touchdown. But that was the only welcome of the day for him. He had only two goals.

So he tweeted this.

Brown removed it. But our friend Dave Tameshak Daves of Thunder Liked it.

It’s as many catches as there was on Sunday in Hollywood.

Hmm. Will Brown, the broad receiver, go to social media? Where have we seen this before?

Claypool calls it ‘em out’

Since we are on the topic of getting wide receivers on social media, we will go to the other side.

Chase seems to be embracing the Steelers-Ravens match after his first trip to Claypool.

Notre Dame Rookie catches a game-winning touchdown pass from Ben Rothlisberger. He later released a photo of the play with the words “BALL GAME”. Sit down. 7-0 #SteelersNation #ratbirds ”

Hey, if Baltimore fans and the media are going to embrace it Billboard of the fallen Ben Rothlisberger, A simple “Rodbirds” Barb is not so bad.

Lower than the higher Le’V

Levine Bell has played his second game with Kansas City Chiefs since leaving Giots.

It was against his former club as the Jets visited Arrowhead Stadium. The results were interesting to Bell.

There were only six carries for 7 yards when running behind. It went with three catches for 31 yards.

The Chiefs went 496 yards to win 35-9 against Bell’s former teammates. But only 50 of them were on the ground.

Tim Pence is a Tribune-review staff writer. Tim can be contacted at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets can be re-posted. All emails are subject to publication unless otherwise noted.

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