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Pittsburgh guard David DeCastro of Bellevue reportedly could miss from 3 to 5 months | NFL
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh Steelers guard David DeCastro, a Bellevue High graduate, has multiple leg injuries from Saturday's 38-7 exhibition victory over Buffalo.
DeCastro, an ex-Stanford standout who was the 24th player drafted this year, tore the medial collateral ligament in his right knee and has other damage, ESPN reported, adding a source said the anterior cruciate ligament is intact. DeCastro could miss from three to five months, a source told the Pro Football Talk website.
• Carolina running back Jonathan Stewart, a graduate of Timberline High in Lacey, sprained his right ankle in Sunday's 17-12 victory over the host New York Jets.
• Denver QB Peyton Manning was 10 of 12 for 122 yards in a 29-24 loss to visiting San Francisco.
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