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Steelers Allow Coaches Olsavsky & Goodwin To Talk To Other Teams About Openings

The Pittsburgh Steelers have given permission to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to interview defensive assistant Jerry Olsavsky according to Steelers Digest. In addition to Olsavsky, the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears have been given permission to interview offensive assistant Harold Goodwin as well. Olsavsky joined the Steelers staff in…



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Report: Mike Tomlin Checking Out Todd Haley & Alex Van Pelt

Jason La Canfora is reporting tonight via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has made inquiries into former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley and former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt, presumably for the open offensive coordinator position with the Steelers. Both Haley and Van Pelt…


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Steelers LB Coach Keith Butler Staying With Steelers

Some great news to pass on tonight as Gerry Dulac reports via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers linebackers coach Keith Butler is staying with Steelers and will not be the new defensive coordinator of the Indianapolis Colts. Butler, who now appears to still be the heir apparent to Dick LeBeau, was…





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AFC Beats NFC In Pro Bowl, 59-41

The Pittsburgh Steelers had five players in the 2012 Pro Bowl game Sunday in Hawaii and all 5 made contributions. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdown passes Sunday to help lead the AFC to a 59-41 win over the NFC in the annual NFL All-Star game. In addition to the…


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Report: Jim Caldwell To Join Ravens As Quarterbacks Coach

Adam Schefter is reporting tonight that former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell plans to join the Baltimore Ravens staff this upcoming week, likely as the quarterbacks coach. Caldwell reportedly visited with Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin on Saturday, presumably about a possible spot on the Steelers offensive coaching…



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The Rooney-Mara Connection

With the New York Giants in the Super Bowl this year, there will undoubtedly be some speculation regarding whether or not the Rooney family, majority owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers, will be rooting for them against the New England Patriots or not.  The reason:  The Rooneys and Maras have a…