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Steelers 2014 Player Exit Meetings – NT Steve McLendon

End-of-season player exit meetings are not something that we are often privy to as outsiders of the football world. Generally, we only get a glimpse into that world when a player is asked by a reporter how the meeting went, if the player is willing to discuss it. Still, it’s…


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The Pessimist’s Take – Assessing Cortez Allen’s Stock

While the Pittsburgh Steelers may have gained some tangible evidence of improvement, improving their win total by three games and hosting a playoff game as a division champion for the first time in four seasons, there is no doubt that the team is far from a finished product. No team,…


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The Optimist’s Take – Cam Thomas Sticks Around

While the Pittsburgh Steelers may have gained some tangible evidence of improvement, improving their win total by three games and hosting a playoff game as a division champion for the first time in four seasons, there is no doubt that the team is far from a finished product. No team,…


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Steelers 2014 Draft Class Review – DE Ethan Hemer – Undrafted

While it has been true for many years in recent times that the Pittsburgh Steelers have gotten little productivity on offense or defense out of their rookie players, that has been less of a truism in recent years, particularly, perhaps, over the last two seasons. While the Steelers have gotten…


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Super Bowl XLIX Weekend: Friday Night Five Questions

Welcome to Super Bowl weekend as Sunday the New England Patriots will play the Seattle Seahawks in Arizona in what figures to be a good game. Hopefully at about this same time next year we will be discussing the Pittsburgh Steelers trying to capture their seventh Lombardi Trophy. Like every…


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The Forgotten “Mann” Turning Water To Wine For Pittsburgh

In February 2013, the Pittsburgh Steelers front office made a move that, at the time, didn’t receive as much as maybe a small blip running across the ticker on NFL Network. But with the team’s embarrassment of riches at the wide receiver position over the last several years, it’s safe…




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The Optimist’s Take – Assessing Cortez Allen’s Stock

While the Pittsburgh Steelers may have gained some tangible evidence of improvement, improving their win total by three games and hosting a playoff game as a division champion for the first time in four seasons, there is no doubt that the team is far from a finished product. No team,…


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Steelers 2014 Player Exit Meetings – DE Cameron Heyward

End-of-season player exit meetings are not something that we are often privy to as outsiders of the football world. Generally, we only get a glimpse into that world when a player is asked by a reporter how the meeting went, if the player is willing to discuss it. Still, it’s…


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Steelers 2014 Draft Class Review – DE Josh Mauro – Undrafted

While it has been true for many years in recent times that the Pittsburgh Steelers have gotten little productivity on offense or defense out of their rookie players, that has been less of a truism in recent years, particularly, perhaps, over the last two seasons. While the Steelers have gotten…



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Report: Steelers Fans Love Using Profanity On Social Media Sites

According to data analyzed by Proofpoint Nexgate, Pittsburgh Steelers fans use more profane language on social media than fans of any other NFL teams that made the playoffs this year. According their website, the company analyzed social media data from the fans of the 12 teams to make the playoffs…


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Browns CB Joe Haden Praises Steelers WR Antonio Brown

Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden is one of the best players in the league at his position, but even he has his kryptonite and part of it resides in Pittsburgh. During a Wednesday interview on the SVP & Russillo Show, Haden was asked who ‘got’ him in 2014 and he…


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Is Tight End A Draft Priority For the Steelers?

With the 30th pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers grabbed the most complete tight end in the draft class, and although fans didn’t know it yet, one of the most popular figures in team history. Equally as adept at sealing the edge blocking as he is going…