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20 Baron Batch RB
Height/Weight: 5-10/210 | Birthdate: 12/21/1987 | Birthplace: Odessa, TX, USA | Team: Pittsburgh | College: Texas Tech | NFL Experience: 3 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Steelers make roster moves


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/25/2013) The Steelers released offensive tackle D’Anthony Batiste, running back Baron Batch, offensive tackle Mike Farrell, wideouts David Gilreath and Tyler Shaw, cornerback Ryan Steed, linebacker Stevenson Sylvester, tight end Peter Tuitupou, quarterback John Parker Wilson, wide receiver J.D. Woods and running back Jeremy Wright.

Pittsburgh also put linebacker Sean Spence on the Reserve/PUP list.


Baron Batch see work with backup offense


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/25/2013) Steelers running back Baron Batch failed to see any work with the first-team offense Saturday night against the Chiefs, and could be the odd man out in the running back competition. He entered the game in the third quarter and rushed for 22 yards on seven carries. He also caught one pass for a 2-yard gain.

Steelers acquire Felix Jones from Eagles


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(8/23/2013) Mired in a running back mess, the Steelers have traded linebacker Adrian Robinson to the Eagles for running back Felix Jones according to ESPN

Jones was signed by the Eagles this offseason to provide depth at running back but fell to fourth on their depth chart. The Steelers are in need of bodies following a foot injury to rookie starter Le'Veon Bell

Jones had some decent games with the Cowboys and averaged at least 4.3 yards per carry until last year when he dipped to 3.6. While his overall numbers are impressive, he spent 2012 battling for reps and had just 664 total yards -- but five touchdowns -- over 16 games with Dallas. 

Jones will battle for a spot on the running back depth chart with LaRod Stephens-Howling, Jonathan Dwyer, Isaac Redman and Baron Batch


Batch shut down by Pittsburgh


(12/26/2012) Steelers running back Baron Batch was placed on injured reserve Wednesday due to a broken arm, reports the National Football Post. Batch is done for the season.

Batch brought back by Steelers


(12/11/2012) The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall has been suspended one game for conduct detrimental to the team. He will sit out Week 15 against the Cowboys. Baron Batch was added from the practice squad to take his spot on the roster.

Steelers release RB Batch


(11/20/2012) The Steelers announced Tuesday they released running back Baron Batch.

Batch leaves with foot injury


(11/18/2012) With Isaac Redman already out with a concussion, Steelers running back Baron Batch left Sunday's contest against the Ravens in Week 11 with a foot injury. Batch sustained the injury after a short 3-yard run late in the third quarter. The Steelers continued to use Rashard Mendenhall and Johnathan Dwyer in his place as Batch failed to return to the game.

Batch lets TD slip through hands


(10/22/2012) Steelers running back Baron Batch saw a larger role in Week 7 against the Bengals with both Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles) and Isaac Redman (ankle) inactive but was unable to take advantage of the opportunity. He gained just 4 yards on two carries in the 24-17 win. Batch nearly had a touchdown grab in the first half but was unable to come up with the pass from Antonio Brown on an end around.

Batch gets first score


(10/12/2012) Injuries to Isaac Redman and Rashard Mendenhall put Steelers running back Baron Batch in position to make an impact for the first time this season Thursday against the Titans in Week 6. Batch finished with a career high 22 yards on 10 carries, and he also scored the first touchdown of his career, on a 1-yard run in the fourth quarter. Batch added a single catch for 3 yards, as the Steelers fell, 26-23.

Batch ineffective in Week 3


(9/23/2012) Steelers running back Baron Batch did not make much of an impact during Sunday's game against the Raiders in Week 3. Batch finished as the second-leading rusher with 12 yards and four carries, as he averaged three yards per clip in a 34-31 defeat. He was also involved in the passing game, finishing with two catches for 20 yards for the Steelers.

Batch to do a little of everything?


(6/1/2012) Todd Haley is at it again -- two years after drafting Dexter McCluster in Kansas City, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the Steelers offensive coordinator has his sights set on converting rookie Chris Rainey and second-year player Baron batch into hybrid running back/wide receivers. Both are currently listed as running backs but both have good receiving skills to go with excellent speed and quickness. Both are also small, with Rainey 5-foot-8 and 175 pounds and Batch 5-foot-10 and 210 pounds. "Roles are something that we really don't talk about," Batch said. "I have always been that type of player that I am willing to do a lot of things. Being a competitor, I don't like to put myself in a certain box of what I can do. I like to be well-rounded, and if I am asked to do something, I know that I can do it effectively."

Batch still not cleared


(5/8/2012) Steelers running back Baron Batch, a 2011 draftee who never made it past the opening week of training camp due to season-ending ACL surgery, wasn't cleared to join 40 first-year players and rookies for a minicamp last weekend. Batch is considered a candidate to be in the mix to replace rusher Rashard Mendenhall at the beginning (and perhaps all of) the 2012 season.

Batch placed on IR


(8/28/2011) The Steelers announced on Sunday that they placed rookie RB Baron Batch on the injured reserve. He tore his ACL on Aug. 10 while cutting on the turf practice field.

Batch out for season with ACL tear


(8/11/2011) Multiple sources are reporting and confirming that Steelers rookie RB Baron Batch tore his ACL during Wednesday's practice while cutting on the turf practice field. "Field Turf - that's why we don't want it at Heinz Field.He made a cut; see what happened," QB Ben Roethlisberger said. Batch was impressing in camp and he had the chance to be the team's third-down back.

Batch signs rookie contract


(8/3/2011) The Steelers announced on Wednesday that they signed rookie RB Baron Batch to a contract. The terms of the deal were not announced.

Steelers draft RB Batch


(5/10/2011) The Steelers added a running back in Texas Tech's Baron Batch with their seventh-round pick. Batch, 5-10, 210 pounds, ranks eighth on the school's career rushing list with 2,501 yards, and is ninth in all-purpose yards with 3,612. "He was an excellent running back in a Texas Tech offense that's really like a third-down offense in the NFL," Steelers VP of Player Personnel Kevin Colbert said. "His ability as a receiver catching the ball was very impressive to us."


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