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Ben Roethlisberger praises Markus Wheaton for progress
by Marty Gitlin |

Despite a lack of production as a rookie in 2013, Steelers wideout Markus Wheaton has received praise from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Wheaton was held without a catch in the final six games of last season, but Roethlisberger believes his offseason work has put him in position to make a significant impact this year.

"He's a young guy people don't know about yet," Roethlisberger told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He hasn't earned that respect, which is probably rightfully so, because he hasn't done much. But I'm excited for him because I think he's going to surprise a lot of people."

The Steelers are hoping Wheaton can emerge to take the pressure off premier receiver Antonion Brown that has been lacking since the departure of Mike Wallace. Faith in Wheaton prompted the team to allow Emmanuel Sanders to leave for Denver.

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Percy Harvin: I'm as healthy as I've been since high school
by Marty Gitlin |

Seahawks veteran wide receiver Percy Harvin considers himself as healthy as he's been since his high school days in Virginia Beach, the Tacoma News-Tribune has reported.

"All the injuries I've had, a couple extra (months) to heal up from everything last year ... everything that I had with my hip, it controlled a lot - the hamstring, the knee problems," he said. "My legs are feeling how they are supposed to feel. Very fluid. Very smooth. ... It's all good."

Harvin played in just one game with one catch in his first season with Seattle in 2013.

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Chad Qualls likely unavailable Thursday as well
by Chris Towers |

Astros pitcher Chad Qualls told Thursday he does not expect to be available for that day's game against the Yankees, due to tightness in his lower back.

Qualls has not pitched since Tuesday, but does not think  the injury will require a disabled list trip. 

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Yohan Pino set to start in Saturday's doubleheader
by Chris Towers |

The Twins will recall pitcher Yohan Pino for Saturday's doubleheader against the Tigers, manager Ron Gardnehire told Thursday.

Pino will start the first game of the doubleheader, his first start since he was sent down last week. Pino's stay with the team will not last long, as he will be called up and sent down as the team's 26th man for the doubleheader. 

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Reggie Wayne not participating in Thursday practice
by Marty Gitlin |

Colts veteran wideout Reggie Wayne, who is still completing a recovery from knee surgery, has been kept out of Thursday practice. It remains to be seen if he plays Saturday against the Saints. Chuck Pagano had expressed confidence that he would, but has not ruled out having Wayne inactive for the game.

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