The Terrible Podcast – 2017 Steelers Training Camp – Fifteenth Practice 8/17 – Special Edition Episode


Welcome back. This is the fourteenth of several special edition episodes of The Terrible Podcast that are being posted after the Pittsburgh Steelers wrap up their 2017 training camp practices. It’s now Thursday night and Alex Kozora joins me once again to discuss what he observed at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe during the team’s daily practice. As per usual, Alex and I go through most all the position groups and try to give you the rundown on as many players possible in the shortest amount of time. We also update injuries that occurred earlier in the day. In case you missed it, you can read Alex’s Thursday practice report right here.

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  • SteelerzGuy

    I encourage you to Google a website for special teams tackles. You’ll notice for 2016 – Dirty Red (44) with 13, V. Williams with 11, Sammy Coates with 7. Hey-Bey had only 3 in 10 games which if pro-rated equals 5 for a whole season. I see no need to keep a largely useless as a WR with a ceiling that is more like a basement floor for only 5 tackles. HeyBey’s special teams contributions are greatly over-exaggerated IMO. – why not keep a legit threat at WR who can make special teams tackles or be taught to