Meanwhile, Max Starks, who re-signed with the Steelers this week after being released in late July, could start at left tackle Sunday, offensive coordinator Bruce Arians told the newspaper. Starks shared first-team snaps with Jonathan Scott, who returned to practice after missing the Houston game with a sprained ankle.
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