Chris Rainey's Night: Gets Rocked, Fumbles, Makes Juggling Catch

Chris Rainey has been an exciting player since his early days at Florida, and he's extending that to his NFL career. A week after a catch-and-run for a touchdown, Rainey figured in two exciting moments during the first quarter of the Steelers' preseason game against the Colts.

First, Rainey, being Rainey, runs headlong into a big ol' hit from a defender:

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Though that hit by Jerraud Powers and the snapping back won't surprise many Gators fans who watched Rainey take hits like this at Florida, it was a serious enough collision for Rainey to fumble, and to be evaluated for a concussion.

After being cleared, he returned to the field, where he made an easy reception on a flat route a difficult reception on a flat route by tipping the ball to himself.

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The notoriously loquacious Rainey will likely have something to say about these plays after the game.

For more on the Steelers, be sure to visit Behind the Steel Curtain and SB Nation Pittsburgh.

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