Pittsburgh Steelers safety Robert Golden (Edison) appeals to an official after being called for a penalty defending a pass to Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd in the second half on Oct. 18. Making his first career start, Golden finished with a career-high eight tackles in a Steelers’ 25-13 victory.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Robert Golden (Edison) appeals to an official after being called for a penalty defending a pass to Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd in the second half on Oct. 18. Making his first career start, Golden finished with a career-high eight tackles in a Steelers’ 25-13 victory. DON WRIGHT Associated Press file
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Robert Golden (Edison) appeals to an official after being called for a penalty defending a pass to Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd in the second half on Oct. 18. Making his first career start, Golden finished with a career-high eight tackles in a Steelers’ 25-13 victory. DON WRIGHT Associated Press file

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