Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday July 12th – Ageless Farrior Edition
Linebacker James Farrior is not worried about the Steelers having any problems regrouping when the lockout is over, because they have a veteran team.
NFL.com Senior Analyst Pat Kirwan looks at three things each team in the AFC North should do following the lockout. Kirwan thinks a 3rd down back is in order for the Steelers as well as a solid veteran back-up safety. He also suggest the Steelers do not overpay Ike Taylor.
Hines Ward failed field sobriety test pretty bad according to the police report released yesterday and Ward now has a court date of October 6th.
The latest in a series of stories chronicling the 52 playoff games in Steelers history by Bob Labriola centers on the 1983 AFC Divisional Playoff loss to the Raiders.
In your daily lockout update, Albert Breer reports that the lawyers will try to set the table for key labor figures as talks continue today.
In one of the latest data points article by Elliot Harrison he list the Steelers and Ravens defensive rankings in points allowed during this millennium, but does not seem to make any point with it other than the two defenses have been quite good over that time.