Steelers Six From Around The Web – May 18th – Ed Reed Says He Will Play Edition
LaMarr Woodley is the first Steeler to appear on the NFL Network Top 100 Players of 2012 list as he came in at No. 63 overall.
San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith says his team was not targeting the injured left ankle of Ben Roethlisberger in the Dec. 19 game as Roethlisberger suggested last week on the Dan Patrick Show.
Ron Cook recently caught up with Gabe Rivera following his selection to the College Football Hall of Fame and the piece is worth the read.
Defensive end Cameron Heyward, defensive end Corbin Bryant and quarterback Jerrod Johnson will visit the South Fayette Middle School in McDonald today to celebrate the school\’s completion of the NFL Play 60 Challenge.
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed confirmed later on Thursday that he plans to continue to play football after making it sound like he was contemplating retirement on SiriusXM Radio earlier in the day. Reed said, “It\’s not about retirement, it\’s about my focus in the offseason, health, family and football. This is the time of year where players think through things. My goal is to play football in the years to come.”
Ed Bouchette was on 93.7 The Fan Thursday to give his thoughts on what the offensive line might look like and whether or not he thinks Mike Tomlin will get a contract extension this summer.