The Terrible Podcast – Talking Kevin Colbert Comments, Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers Camp Battles & More Episode


Season 4, Episode 122 of The Terrible Podcast is up and David Todd is back in the chair co-hosting once again after needing some time off during the summer to take care of some personal matters. With David back, we dive right into some recent headlines and that includes us talking about no contract extension this offseason for Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger as well as the two game suspension handed down last week to Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.

After those items get hammered out, we discuss several other topics including the current status of Shamarko Thomas, Justin Brown, Will Allen, Daniel McCullers and a few other Steelers players with training camp now open. We also look at a few other news tidbits around the league and discuss the comments made Monday to the media by Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert.

There’s a lot for David and I to discuss in this welcome back episode and we hope you listen to celebrate his return to the show. It’s not quite the equivalent of David Lee Roth getting back together with Van Halen, but it’s close.

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  • Pitfan0513

    Welcome back Dave glad to hear it your family’s health is on the rise!

  • Jeff Anoble

    A Great welcome back, Dave. Or should I say welcome Home. We’ve missed you buddy.

  • Addison

    Really wish they still had Alameda Ta’amu. That line would of had a lot less questions.

  • MC

    I wish they held onto him too. Especially f you trade up for a guy i don’t think you should cut him that easily.

  • MC

    I don’t think anyone is down on Sharmako in the FO. I just think that he’s only suited for SS and Troy isn’t going anywhere this year and possibly next. He just has to wait..

  • StarSpangledSteeler

    Thank you to Alex for your good work filling in on the podcasts. And your recent articles (especially the Jarvis film break down) (and the training camp blogs).

    Welcome back, David. I really enjoy the dynamic between between Dave n Dave. Especially when you guys disagree. As a fan it’s great to hear the differing points of views, discussed with mutual respect. (I sometimes need to work on that.)

    Here is my view on McCullers. There is a reason why guys drop to the 6th round. They have weaknesses and flaws. If they didn’t they would’ve been 1st or 2nd rounders. The question is can those flaws be corrected?

    I believe it is easier to teach McCullers to get low than it is to teach Ziggy Hood to shed blocks. That is not to say it won’t be difficult. He is 6’7″. It is almost impossible to get lower than the opposing OL.

    But if McCullers can get LOW ENOUGH to harness his power and leverage, he will be very difficult to move. Because if he can use his long arms to get his hands on the OL’s pads BEFORE they get to him, that can negate their leverage.

    (The same way OT’s can use their long arms to lock up guys like James Harrison even though he gets lower and has better leverage.)

  • Thomas Rancy

    Id rather have my huge WR in brown on the short nickel corners both blocking and receiving in the slot rathen then moore, He cant block. Moye and heyward bey are good as cut.