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Clark Urges Steelers to Report

Peter Diana/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

With the National Football League lockout lifted, Steelers players planned to start reporting to work at the team's South Side facility as soon as 8 a.m. today.

Safety Ryan Clark, the NFL Players Association representative for the Steelers, began calling and texting teammates Monday evening to inform them that a federal judge had just ruled against the owners' lockout. Clark urged players to report early today, even though it could be a brief appearance before another court ruling later today.

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