Steelers outside linebacker Jason Worilds spent nearly all of OTA’s rehabbing his injured leg. Some people speculated it was a hamstring injury, others a calf injury, but whatever it was- it kept him from meaningfully participating in the voluntary practices.
Worilds was in attendance for today’s opening of mini-camp, and was able to participate in individual drills.
Jason Worilds did some individual drills today but not team. "It was good," he said.
— Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly_Trib) June 17, 2014
During the latter part of practice today, Worilds was back to the sideline rehabbing his leg. As a side note, the same was said for DE Nick Williams, who was able to participate in the first part of practice, but adjourned to the sideline to rehab his knee.
The following brief, low budget video taken by Kaboly gives us a glimpse of Joey Porter coaching up Jason Worilds and the linebacker group in individual drills today.
The next video clip is another look at the linebackers running drills. Timmons shows excellent use of his hands as he tears through the bags.
Day 2 of mini-camp is tomorrow, and the last day is Thursday. After that, the team will be on break until July 25th when training camp begins.