• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Steelers LB Lawrence Timmons records seven tackles in win

    Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons totaled seven tackles (two solo) in Pittsburgh's 12-6 win over St. Louis Sunday. Through the first three games of the season, Timmons has failed to record a sack. Things won't get any easier for him in Week 4 when the Steelers face the Ravens, who have not allowed a sack in either of their last two games.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Steelers LB Lawrence Timmons willing to rework contract

    In order to retire with the team, Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons said he would be willing to renegotiate his contract, reports ESPN.com. "I've been here for nine years, I've got a house here, I'd like to keep that house," he said. "I've got a family here that loves it." Timmons, 29, has played his entire eight-year career with the Steelers. He said the key to staying with the Steelers will be his performance on the field. "Week in and week out, you have to come with it," Timmons said. "This game is unforgiving. I love the competition. I feel I'm a great competitor."

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Lawrence Timmons comes up with big effort against Packers

    Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons made significant contributions to the win Sunday at Green Bay. He tied for the team lead with 10 tackles, added a sack and TFL, and twice put a lick on Packers quarterback Matt Flynn.

  • by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

    Lawrence Timmons nearing century mark

    Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons had a solid performance in Week 13, though it came in a 22-20 loss to the Ravens Thursday. Timmons finished second on the team with eight tackles -- five solo -- bringing his total for the season to 98. Timmons is aiming for his second 100-tackle season in a row, and his third in four years.

  • by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

    Lawrence Timmons goes after the QB

    Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons had solid game in Week 10 against the Bills, as he picked up his first sack of the season. He added eight tackles -- seven solo -- in a 23-10 win.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Four Steelers probables should play Week 9

    Steelers G Ramon Foster, DT Steve McLendon, LB Lawrence Timmons and OL Guy Whimper are active Week 9 against the Patriots. Foster had been dealing with a concussion, but was cleared to play. McLendon's issues were related to an illness. Timmons has a hand injury, but it's not considered serious. Whimper had a knee issue.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Steelers healthy heading into Sunday game

    The Steelers released a Friday injury report that is dominated by probables. Among them are quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and tight end Heath Miller, both with not injury-related issues. The others are guard Ramon Foster (concussion), defensive tackle Steve McLendon (illness), linebacker Lawrence Timmons (hand) and tackle Guy Whimper (knee).

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Lawrence Timmons busy in loss

    Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons forced a fumble and made eight tackles, including six solo stops, in the loss at Oakland. He has 59 tackles, an interception and the forced fumble in seven games. Timmons plays at New England in Week 9.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Banged up Steelers ready for Week 8

    The Steelers officially ruled the following defensive players as active for Sunday's contest against the Raiders in Week 8: defensive lineman Cameron Heyward (illness), linebacker Jarvis Jones (concussion), defensive lineman Brett Keisel (ribs), linebacker Lawrence Timmons (hand) and linebacker LaMarr Woodley (knee).

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Steelers healthy on defense for Week 8

    The Steelers are healthy defensively heading into their game Sunday at Oakland. Five players are on their Friday injury report from that side of the ball, but all are probable. They are end Cameron Heyward (illness), linebackers LaMarr Woodley (knee), Lawrence Timmons (hand) and Jarvis Jones (concussion) and end Brett Keisel (ribs),