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Steelers All-22: Ramon Foster 2014 Sack Recap

We’re back breaking down the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive line, highlighting – or rather, lowlighting – the sacks allowed by each lineman over the course of 2014. After breaking down the team’s tackles, we’re turning our attention to the guards, starting with left guard Ramon Foster. Foster allowed 3.5 sacks in…


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Time Is Right To Tweak Thinking On Steelers D-Line

Over the course of this offseason, we have gotten several glimpses of the idea that the Pittsburgh Steelers defense under Keith Butler will be doing away with some of the two-gapping mentality traditionally employed by their defensive line in the base 3-4 alignment, which has become a staple of some…


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Team Speed Not Among The Many Questions Facing Steelers Defense

With the Pittsburgh Steelers being in a natural state of transition, there isn’t a lot about it that can be said right now with any meaningful clarity, particularly with respect to how successful it might be or how it might differ schematically from teams past. To begin with, the unit…



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2015 Steelers Pre-Training Camp Depth Chart Update: Fullback

The Pittsburgh Steelers have recently concluded their offseason schedule, complete with nine OTA practices and the three-day minicamp, and are currently off for about five weeks before they re-emerge in Latrobe for the start of training camp. Not much is expected to happen between now and then as far as…


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Seven Steelers Players Make NFL.com’s All-AFC North team

Over the last few weeks on The Terrible Podcast, you’ve probably heard Alex Kozora and myself discussing which Pittsburgh Steelers players would make an All-AFC North Team. On Tuesday, Dave Dameshek released his such team on NFL.com and it includes seven Steelers players. Representing the Steelers offense on Dameshek’s list…


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Heyward Talks Changes Under Keith Butler

Much has been made of the potential schematic changes under new Pittsburgh Steeelers’ defensive coordinator Keith Butler. Details have been predictably scant but Cam Heyward seemed to confirm what we already know. “We’re not going to have players holding blocks for others and staying in these double teams,” he told…