Observer-Reporter writer Dale Lolley has a snapshot article for SteelCityInsider.net on undrafted free agent Lindsey Witten. Witten is trying to make the team as an outside linebacker after playing defensive end for the University of Connecticut. According to Lolley, Witten has bulked up to 250 pounds and is ready for camp to start.
If you missed it yesterday, I posted my thoughts and reasoning on why the Steelers will not let outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley just walk away next year. Hopefully it calms your nerves.
Part 1 of the Ask The Steelers segment with first round draft pick Maurkice Pouncey is up on Steelers.com. Pouncey notes how fellow Gator Max Starks has helped make it easier for him to transition into an NFL caliber lineman.
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The Sound Mind, Sound Body Football Academy directed by Steelers wide receiver Antwaan Randle El takes place this Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Thornton High School in Harvey, Illinois. Admission is free, but you must register at www.soundmindsoundbodycamp.com, or call (708) 653-1391. It is put on by: The El Foundation and The Lifting As We Climb Foundation.
NFL.com reporter Jason La Canfora continues to insist the Steelers may shuffle Trai Essex to left tackle and Max Starks over to right tackle. I continue to insist I do not think this happens.
NFL Films digs deep into its video archives to uncover some never-seen-before images from Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh as well as some of the league\'s most memorable moments there in their Used To Be A Ballpark Series. Fast forward through the crap about Memorial Stadium in Baltimore. This video is featured this week on NFL.com.