Steelers Six From Around The Web – June 5th – Steelers Go To Dave & Buster\’s Edition

The Steelers Monday OTA session consisted of a trip to Dave & Buster\’s for some gaming and was there to capture it all and show just how competitive players are while not playing football.

Mark Kaboly reported via Twitter Tuesday morning that the Steelers will hold Thursday\’s 10th and final OTA session at Heinz Field.

The NFL announced on Monday that it will immediately proceed with the hiring and training of replacement officials. Negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement with the NFL\’s referees is at a standstill at this point.

Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel took a group of local people fishing Monday morning and you can see the video report by following the link. The group consisted of winners of a contest that was held to raise money for local charities.

The Tuesday episode of The Terrible Podcast will be up later today and we hope to have Bill Nichol from Outer Limits Sports on to discuss the transformation of Ziggy Hood this off-season.

John Harris looks at the peer pressure that Mike Wallace is facing to report to OTA sessions even though he isn\’t yet under contract. Harris also discusses the injury risk factor associated with it all.

  • SteelerDave

    I’m tired of all the Wallace banter. “Even though he isn’t yet under contract,” is I suppose correct since he is refusing to sign the tender offer. However, he is indeed under the Steelers control and continues to only hurt himself and his team by not being present at any of the OTAs

  • SteelersDepot

    You are easily offended, aren’t you? Here is a fact for you. Wallace currently isn’t under contract.

  • SteelerDave

    I realize that he is not under contract but he is under control. I expect him to show the Steelers he truly wants to be a part of the future, sign the tender, report, work out a long term deal.

  • Kyle Kitzmiller

    I have no problem with Wallace not reporting. I wish he would sooner to learn the playbook as much as anything else, but in the end, he’ll be just fine. I understand why he’s doing what he is, and I think he’s worth good money. I think he’s worth a probowl receiver’s money, but not an all-pro. He could get there, and I think if anyone is going to make that happen, it’s Haley. I wouldn’t be surprised if Haley got in Wallace’s face more than Ben.