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Category:2006 births Category:Living people Category:Hacker groups'The north wind blows straight down the chimney in the dead of winter' -- Dylan Thomas Daily Archives: July 28, 2010 “I hope you haven’t seen any doctors,” he wrote. “I had some bad news. While I was driving the other night, I got a little too close to the car in front of me and it went through my windshield.” He suggested he might be sidelined until the end of August. “If that happens, it could mean I’ll be missing the All-Star game and my leg might be operated on. We’ll have to see how it goes,” he said. Fiedorowicz, who spent the first four years of his career in San Diego, was traded to the Steelers in December 2008. The center has been slowed by shoulder and knee injuries, which also cost him all of last season. He played in six games this season and started two. Fiedorowicz said he is now in the best shape of his life and told his teammates he’ll be ready for the All-Star festivities. “I still have a lot of hope,” Fiedorowicz said. “I know God will take care of me, and everything will work out.” After going through his initial evaluation, a follow-up appointment with the team’s orthopedic specialist, Dr. James Andrews, is set for Aug. 9, when the Steelers hold their second day of voluntary workouts. Fiedorowicz is one of 13 players the team has submitted for a physical to ensure they are healthy enough to be on the active roster or inactive list. Fiedorowicz, along with Ben Roethlisberger, were the Steelers’ only representatives on the Pro Bowl roster in 2008. “He’s not taking it like that,” Steelers receiver Santonio Holmes said of Fiedorowicz’s recent injury. “He’s a tough guy. That’s what he is: tough. He’s tough. I know how hard he works out. He shows up. He shows up every day, and that’s what I respect him for. “When you come out of the gym ac619d1d87

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