Steelers bring back Max Starks

The Pittsburgh Steelers could ignore the problem no longer.

After all five sacks and a foot injury to Ben Roethlisberger should have been enough warning that there was a major problem on the offensive line.

So, the Steelers have gone down a familiar path to find a cure for their o-line ills, - re-signing tackle Max Starks, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The Steelers have been battling injuries and ineffectiveness on their line for much of the first four games of the year, and brought back Starks Wednesday morning. Starks had spent seven years and played in 75 games for Pittsburgh, spending time both at left and right tackle. He had neck surgery last November, and the Steelers released him before the season, citing a high cap number.</p>

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