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PFF Names Kelvin Beachum Pittsburgh’s Secret Superstar

During the offseason, every avenue that covers football tries to put together features to fill the news void during the down times. In spite of the site’s negative reputation among some people, one of these features that I’ve often found myself enjoying is Pro Football Focus’ “Secret Superstars” series of…


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2015 Steelers Pre-Training Camp Depth Chart Update: Tight End

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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Terrelle Pryor Claimed By Browns

The Cleveland Browns have claimed the newly converted wide receiver Terrelle Pryor off waivers, according to Pro Football Talk. Terrelle Pryor was claimed on waivers by the Browns per source. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 22, 2015 Though there was never any reported interest this time around, it was thought possible…


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Dick LeBeau One Of Three Winners For Dr. Z Award

Former Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau has been named one of three recipients of the Dr. Z Award by the Professional Football Writers of America. The award is given to assistant coaches for their lifetime achievement in the league. It’s named after Paul Zimmerman, a Sports Illustrated writer for 29 years until…



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Steelers Film Room: Re-Scouting Shamarko Thomas – Coverage Ability

Yesterday we re-visited Shamarko Thomas’ college tape in an effort to discover his strengths and weaknesses as he appears slated for a starting role in 2015, his third season in the NFL. We specifically looked at Thomas’ run defense, which was one of the chief traits that led to the…


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Steelers’ Scheme Perfect Fit For Matt Conrath

There’s a desire to be tall. Better on a basketball court, never turned away from a roller coaster ride. But for the last few years, Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive end Matt Conrath probably wishes he was a little shorter. The height came before his weight. By his senior year of high…