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Thu, 10 Jan 2008 09:57:55 -0800
Nick Wagoner, of St.LouisRams.com, reports St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie (ankle) will undergo ankle surgery.
Wed, 02 Jan 2008 00:40:46 -0800
Bill Coats, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports St. Louis Rams OL Todd Steussie (ankle) plans to undergo "clean-up" surgery on his ankle in the offseason.
Wed, 21 Nov 2007 12:48:56 -0800
Len Pasquarelli, of ESPN.com, reports St. Louis Rams have re-signed OL Todd Steussie and will likely start him in Week 12. The team had placed Steussie on the injured reserve earlier in the season, but reached an injury settlement with him within five days of placing him on reserve and released him. A league rule allows a player to become a free agent if he is released within five days after being placed on injured reserve, then to sign with any other team initially, or to return to his original team after a waiting period. Steussie's waiting period to return to the Rams ended after Week 11, allowing the team to re-sign him this week and get him back on the field. Steussie will likely play at right guard or right tackle.
Sat, 01 Sep 2007 12:30:23 -0700
Nick Wagoner, of StLouisRams.com, reports St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie (foot) has been placed on Injured Reserve, ending his 2007 season.
Fri, 31 Aug 2007 15:31:29 -0700
St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan said OT Todd Steussie (foot) had surgery Friday, Aug. 31, to repair a broken bone in his left foot. Steussie will likely need eight to 10 weeks of recovery time.
Fri, 31 Aug 2007 01:12:27 -0700
The Associated Press reports St. Louis Rams OL Todd Steussie (foot) suffered a broken left foot Thursday, Aug. 30. Steussie was projected as a backup this season after making 15 starts for the team last year. He will be sidelined six to eight weeks and will undergo surgery as soon as possible. He will also be placed on the team's Physically Unable to Perform list.
Wed, 22 Aug 2007 13:51:36 -0700
St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan said OL Todd Steussie (neck) participated in practice Wednesday, Aug. 22.
Tue, 21 Aug 2007 23:09:18 -0700
St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan said OL Todd Steussie (neck) has a pinched nerve in his neck and the team is being very cautious with him. To ease his mind, Steussie is seeking some additional medical opinions on it.
Sun, 19 Aug 2007 18:57:45 -0700
St. Louis Rams head coach Scott Linehan said OL Todd Steussie (neck) did not play Saturday, Aug. 18, due to a neck burner. The team will evaluate him further over the next week.
Tue, 27 Mar 2007 18:25:00 -0700
St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie received $207,937 from the NFL's "Performance Based Pay" system.
Sun, 11 Mar 2007 10:48:55 -0700
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports the contract OT Todd Steussie signed with the St. Louis Rams is a one-year deal worth $1.5 million, including a $500,000 signing bonus.
Wed, 07 Mar 2007 21:28:06 -0800
Nick Wagoner, of StLouisRams.com, reports the St. Louis Rams have re-signed free agent OL Todd Steussie to a one-year contract.
Sun, 04 Mar 2007 13:15:44 -0800
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reporting for the Sporting News, reports the St. Louis Rams would like to re-sign unrestricted free-agent OT Todd Steussie as a guard or tackle for the 2007 season.
Sun, 07 Jan 2007 10:54:17 -0800
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie will become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Fri, 15 Dec 2006 14:46:50 -0800
St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie (illness) missed practice Friday, Dec. 15, due to a flu-like virus, but he is expected to play in Week 15.
Thu, 23 Nov 2006 10:55:39 -0800
St. Louis Rams OL Todd Steussie is likely to start at left tackle in Week 12 in place of OL Adam Goldberg. Goldberg has been filling in for OL Orlando Pace (triceps), who is out for the year, but has struggled as the starter.
Sun, 01 Oct 2006 08:48:30 -0700
Updating a previous report, Nick Wagoner, of StLouisRams.com, reports St. Louis Rams OT Orlando Pace (concussion) has been downgraded to doubtful for Week 4, according to head coach Scott Linehan. Tackle Todd Steussie will replace Pace at left tackle this week.
Thu, 28 Sep 2006 12:45:23 -0700
St. Louis Rams OT Orlando Pace (concussion) missed practice Thursday, Sept. 28 and remains listed as questionable for the Week 4 game. OT Todd Steussie took Pace's reps at left tackle and OT Adam Goldberg worked with the No. 1 unit at left guard.
Mon, 18 Sep 2006 18:05:11 -0700
St. Louis Rams OT Orlando Pace (concussion) is questionable for Week 3 after sustaining a concussion Week 2, and will be limited in practice this week. OT Todd Steussie would start in Pace's place if Pace is unable to go.
Thu, 14 Sep 2006 14:30:48 -0700
St. Louis Rams OG Todd Steussie will likely start at left guard for the Week 2 game due to the season-ending injury to C Andy McCollum (knee).
Mon, 28 Aug 2006 23:51:49 -0700
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports medicals records made public in court documents show St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie obtained illegal steroids on numerous occasions while with the Carolina Panthers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from Dr. James Shortt. Court documents showed seven instances in which Steussie received prescriptions for items such as testosterone or humane growth hormone, according to the Charlotte Observer. The paper claims Steussie had three prescriptions for testosterone cream from Shortt between March 1, 2003, and March 16, 2004. Each prescription was renewable up to five times.
Sat, 19 Aug 2006 17:37:50 -0700
The Houston Texans television network reports the St. Louis Rams held OT Orlando Pace (ankle, knee) out of the team's preseason game Saturday, Aug. 19, as a precautionary measure. OT Todd Steussie started in his place.
Mon, 14 Aug 2006 22:14:15 -0700
Bill Coats, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports St. Louis Rams OT Orlando Pace (knee, ankle) was carted off the field Monday, Aug. 14. The team's medical personnel called Pace's injuries "slight sprains" of his right ankle and knee. He sat out the team's evening practice Monday and is considered day-to-day. Veteran OT Todd Steussie took over for Pace with the No. 1 offense.
Mon, 31 Jul 2006 20:17:59 -0700
Nick Wagoner, of StLouisRams.com, reports St. Louis Rams OT Orlando Pace missed practice Monday, July 31, because he was with his wife, Carla, who delivered the couple's third child. OT Todd Steussie replaced Pace with the first team at left tackle.
Sat, 10 Jun 2006 18:07:57 -0700
R.B. Fallstrom, of the Associated Press, reports St. Louis Rams OG Todd Steussie (calf) was held out of practice Saturday afternoon, June 10, because of a tight calf due to the warm weather.
Fri, 21 Apr 2006 19:38:38 -0700
Nick Wagoner, of StLouisRams.com, reports St. Louis Rams OT Todd Steussie did some work at left guard during the team's first practice.
Fri, 14 Apr 2006 14:30:25 -0700
Len Pasquarelli, of ESPN.com, reports St. Louis Rams OL Todd Steussie received a one-year contract from the team. While financial terms were not disclosed, it is believed that the deal has a base salary of $810,000.
Fri, 14 Apr 2006 12:15:05 -0700
Jim Thomas, of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, reports the St. Louis Rams have signed free agent OT Todd Steussie (Buccaneers) to an undisclosed contract. Steussie will serve as the team's third offensive tackle, backing up starting OTs Orlando Pace and Alex Barron.
Mon, 26 Dec 2005 13:00:29 -0800
Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie will likely start in Week 17 if OT Kenyatta Walker (ankle) is unavailable.
Sat, 24 Dec 2005 12:24:20 -0800
AtlantaFalcons.com reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Kenyatta Walker (unspecified) left the Week 16 game with an unspecified injury and has not returned. OT Todd Steussie has replaced him in the game.
Fri, 25 Nov 2005 14:10:45 -0800
Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Anthony Davis (ankle) practiced Friday, Nov. 25. He remains questionable for the team's Week 12 game. He is still walking around with a brace on his ankle. OT Todd Steussie may start or at least split time with Davis.
Thu, 24 Nov 2005 09:13:05 -0800
Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Anthony Davis (left ankle sprain) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 23. He remains listed as questionable for Sunday's game, Nov. 27. OT Todd Steussie may start or at least split time with Davis for the team's Week 12 game.
Mon, 03 Oct 2005 13:49:55 -0700
Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Anthony Davis (shoulder) suffered a shoulder bruise in Week 4 and his status is uncertain for Week 5. If Davis were unable to play, OT Todd Steussie would replace him.
Fri, 30 Sep 2005 19:47:20 -0700
The Associated Press reports some of the players linked to South Carolina doctor James M. Shortt will be subject to as many as 24 random drug tests each year. Shortt was charged last week on 29 counts of distributing steroids and human growth hormones and one charge of conspiracy. Among the players named in an earlier CBS News report are Denver Broncos P Todd Sauerbrun and Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie.
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 17:44:33 -0700
Jacob Jordan, of the Associated Press, reports Jason M. Shortt, accused in a television report of writing illegal steroid prescriptions to three Carolina Panthers' players, was charged with 29 counts of distributing steroids and human growth hormones and one charge of conspiracy. The players named in a CBS News report in March were C Jeff Mitchell and former Panthers players P Todd Sauerbrun, now with the Denver Broncos, and OT Todd Steussie, now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The players involved will most likely not face a suspension. Shortt is also being investigated in the death of a woman given hydrogen peroxide intravenously to treat her multiple sclerosis.
Tue, 06 Sep 2005 09:13:19 -0700
Ira Kaufman, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie is determined to land the starting left tackle job this year after an unsuccessful stint at right tackle last season. "Last year they asked me to play a position I'm not comfortable with," Steussie said. "I did it because they asked me to. But for 10 years, I played left tackle and I played it pretty damn well. Kenyatta Walker's a better right tackle than me, but now I'm back to my natural position. I plan on starting this year at some point." Steussie will need to beat out OT Anthony Davis, a feat he is anxious to face. "The reality is I'm giving Anthony Davis every bit of a run for his money as I can," Steussie said. "I'm going to continue to be on his heels all season long."
Sat, 20 Aug 2005 17:29:52 -0700
Buccaneers.com reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OL Todd Steussie will start at LT in the preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars Saturday, Aug. 20.
Mon, 15 Aug 2005 13:33:05 -0700
Joanne Korth, of the St. Petersburg Times, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie has moved into the starting left tackle position with OLT Anthony Davis (thigh) out of the lineup.
Fri, 12 Aug 2005 22:22:33 -0700
Charles Chandler, of the Charlotte Observer, reports former Carolina Panthers Pro Bowl TE Wesley Walls was a patient of the South Carolina doctor at the center of a federal steroids investigation, according to an HBO report Friday Aug. 12. The "Costas Now" program did not say whether Walls obtained NFL-banned steroids or related substances from Dr. James Shortt. However, Shortt told interviewer Armen Keteyian that he provided anabolic steroids to about half of the one-to-two dozen NFL players he treated and that he injected human growth hormone (HGH) into most of them. Steroids and HGH are not allowed by the NFL or major pro sports. HGH is difficult to detect because scientists have yet to develop a reliable urine or blood test. Walls, who is retired, did not return telephone messages left Friday by the Observer and declined comment to HBO. He becomes the seventh Panther to be identified as a patient of Shortt. HBO also named ex-Panthers DE John Milem and two players from other teams - ex- New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins OG Dave Fiore and former Atlanta Falcons DE Henry Taylor - as patients of Shortt. Milem, the only player interviewed on the program, said he received HGH and supplements from Shortt. Taylor was quoted as saying he got HGH from Shortt but, in retrospect, said he exhibited poor judgment. Fiore's agent, Arthur Weiss, was quoted as saying Fiore saw Shortt twice to receive medical treatment for joint injuries, but that he never received a banned substance. CBS reported in March that C Jeff Mitchell, P Todd Sauerbrun and OT Todd Steussie filled prescriptions written by Shortt for NFL-banned steroids. Only Mitchell remains with the Panthers. Sauerbrun was traded to the Denver Broncos in May. Steussie plays for Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Sun, 07 Aug 2005 16:43:35 -0700
Roy Cummings, of the Tampa Tribune, reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie's one-year contract is worth $765,000.
Sun, 07 Aug 2005 15:36:35 -0700
Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Bruce Allen said the team was lucky because OT Todd Steussie was willing to come back and play for the league's minimum salary. "Fortunately, Todd wanted to come back at the minimum. We explored all options, including trades, but no one wants to trade in an offensive tackle right now. There's not a supplemental draft coming up, so yes, we signed Todd," said Allen.
Sun, 07 Aug 2005 11:00:58 -0700
Updating a previous report, Buccaneers.com reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have officially re-signed OT Todd Steussie. He's once again wearing No. 75.
Sun, 07 Aug 2005 08:26:50 -0700
Jim Flynn, of PewterReport.com, reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have re-signed OT Todd Steussie. He was in attendance for the team's morning workout Sunday, August 7.
Thu, 28 Jul 2005 15:41:29 -0700
Buccaneers.com reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have released OT Todd Steussie. Head Coach Jon Gruden indicated that the decision was cap-related.
Tue, 19 Jul 2005 22:40:48 -0700
Updating ongoing reports, according to Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times, with OT Kenyatta Walker (knee) still recovering from a knee injury and several rookie offensive linemen unsigned, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers might consider keeping OT Todd Steussie as a safeguard if he agrees to restructure his contract, which would pay him $2 million in base salary this year. The speculation has been that Tampa Bay will release Steussie in order to free up salary cap space to sign their rookies. "There's a chance (he'll be back)," general manager Bruce Allen said of Steussie. "Let me answer it a different way: If there was no way he was going to be here, we would've already released him. But there are still some questions that need answers. We want to make sure where Kenyatta is right now."
Tue, 19 Jul 2005 19:49:18 -0700
Updating ongoing reports, according to Jim Flynn of PewterReport.com, Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie will likely be released prior to the start of training camp July 28. Steussie was excused from the last two weeks or organized team activities and the three-day mandatory minicamp in June. The Buccaneers need to free up some salary cap money to sign 12 rookies.
Tue, 21 Jun 2005 11:53:27 -0700
620WDAE.com reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie has been excused from the team's minicamp that started Tuesday, June 21. The move all but assures that Steussie will be cut due to salary cap reasons.
Fri, 17 Jun 2005 14:04:51 -0700
Len Pasquarelli, of ESPN.com, reports while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have not yet released OT Todd Steussie, the decision figures to come soon. Steussie was absent for workouts the past two weeks and it's rumored that he was told by Buccaneers club officials not to attend.
Fri, 17 Jun 2005 07:36:35 -0700
Updating ongoing reports, PewterReport.com reports Tampa Bay Buccaneers OT Todd Steussie has missed the past two weeks of OTAs and may be released within the next week.
Tue, 31 May 2005 17:46:26 -0700
620WDAE.com reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers need about $4 million in cap space to sign their rookies. With June 1 looming, RB Charlie Garner and OT Todd Steussie appear to be the top two candidates to be released to help Tampa Bay gain some salary cap relief.