Pitt Training Camp Reports Day 1: Tuesday Practice By Dale Grdnic PITTSBURGH — There were two changes to Pitt’s depth chart during the Wednesday morning practice, as Tino Sunseri switched sessions with Pat Bostick at quarterback, while Chris Jacobson started at left offensive guard for Joe Thomas. Fifth-year senior Bill Stull remained the starting quarterback for Pittsburgh, but junior Pat Bostick moved to the afternoon session. And redshirt freshman Tino Sunseri worked out in the morning with mostly second-team reps, but he had some with the first group as well. Chris Jacobson, a redshirt sophomore, basically switched spots with senior Joe Thomas at left offensive guard. Thomas was the first-team guard the first day, but Jacobson took that spot Wednesday morning. “We just flip-flopped them,” Pitt offensive line coach Tony Wise said. “Those two are pretty close, and we wanted to get them both a good look with the onesRead More »
By Mike Bires Photo: David Hague – Inside Pittsburgh Sports Several Pittsburgh Steelers starters missed Monday morning’s practice, including offensive lineman Darnell Stapleton. As the team worked out, Stapleton watched atop a hillside surrounding the athletic fields at St. Vincent College. If he was hurt, why wasn’t Stapleton on the field like the rest of the players who didn’t practice? Or was he banished for doing something wrong?