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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Peyton Manning, Free Agency & Pro Days Episode


Steelers PodcastSeason 2, Episode 85 of The Terrible Podcast is up and with David Todd and with not a lot of Steelers news to discuss since the Tuesday podcast, we touch one last time on the Mike Wallace situation quickly as we turn our attention more to free agency around the league in general. Of course the biggest free agent on the market right now is Peyton Manning and we discuss him along with the divorce press conference that took place. Where will Manning land? We give our thoughts. Of course most everyone wants to know why Hines Ward, Aaron Smith and James Farrior did not receive similar press conferences and we explain why. Could running back Michael Bush be headed to the Cincinnati Bengals? Certainly makes sense to us. We discuss a few of the free agents.

We address a comment from a listener about things we said on the last podcast about the New Orleans Saints bounty-gate and explain further our "moral outrage" stance or lack thereof. We still might not fully grasp what the listener might be asking, so we hope we answered it. We also take another reader email who gives his thoughts on the bounty investigation and he ask if any of the recently released players wind up with the Arizona Cardinals.

How big of player will the Steelers be in free agency when it begins? Knowing the Steelers history and salary cap situation, there will not be much more activity than them signing a few of their own unrestricted free agents, but we throw out a name the Steelers might be interested in signing if the price is right. We wrap up this episode by talking about a few of the recent Pro Days this past week that were attended by several Steelers coaches and scouts.

We will be back on Tuesday as the 2012 NFL free agency period gets going.

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  • Maverickchef311

    I have a curious question. When it comes to the vicious and legal hits on QB’s and WR’s, how come noone ever targets the Offensive Coordinators and QB’s themselves?

    Pass happy OC’s constantly put their QB’s in a position to get crushed. Many times Arians left Ben without adequate protection and Ben would not get rid of the ball quick enough, and then would get crushed.

    This pass happy league conistently puts QB’s and WR’s in situations that allows defensive players to have free or slightly un-impeded access to solid/legal hits.

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