Benny Snell is a tough guy.
During the Sunday Night game against the Seattle Seahawks, the Pittsburgh Steelers running back appeared to snap his wrist on a play as he ran to the sideline for some help. What’s even crazier is it got popped back in and he still wanted to play in the game.
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Coming into Sunday’s game, Snell had 8 carries for 21 rushing yards. He has operated as Najee Harris’ backup, although most of his action has come on special teams, as Harris has rarely come off the field during his rookie season. Sophomore Anthony McFarland is slated to come off the injured reserve some time soon. Many believe he could supplant Snell as the rookie’s backup after showing some flashes last year.
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