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Steelers Will Look To Maintain Success Vs. Inexperienced QB’s In Week 1

In his ten-year tenure of running the Pittsburgh Steelers defense, former defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau has done one thing very well, among the many to choose from, and that’s terrorize young quarterbacks, as he compiled a 51-18 record against quarterbacks making their first start against his defense. While LeBeau has moved on,…



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Le’Veon Bell Saying All The Right Things Since August Arrest

Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell was the first player in the league to be disciplined for substance abuse in conjunction with a DUI under the newly revamped personal conduct policy, which was revised during the 2014 season in light of the controversy stemming from the league’s handling of Ray…


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Tom Brady Can’t Blame Steelers Players For Appeal Process

Following a seemingly endless barrage of attacks targeting Ted Wells and his investigation, and thus indirectly against the league itself and Commissioner Roger Goodell, who employed Wells to carry out the investigation, one can’t help but wonder if that has already come back to bite the New England Patriots. Recently,…


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Steelers DC Keith Butler Still Silent Since Promotion

Following a season in which the defense has performed as poorly as it ever has during his tenure, the Pittsburgh Steelers had decided that it was time for a changing of the guard, and Dick LeBeau came to the mutual decision along with the organization that he would resign as…


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Will Johnson An Unsung Hero For High-Powered Steelers Offense

In an offense loaded with studs like All-Pros Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell and led by the NFL’s passing yards leader in franchise cornerstone Ben Roethlisberger, there is one man in the starting lineup that is about as obscure as you’ll find. Whether it’s because of the position he plays, the stars around him or…


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Steelers’ Jordan Berry Could Push Fellow Aussie For Starting Punter Job

Aussie vs Aussie. That’s the battle that will unfold in Latrobe in just over two months. The prize? The right to become the Pittsburgh Steelers’ starting punter. To some fans, it may not be the most interesting competition. If anything, fans have come to expect to loathe the position ever…


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Steelers Hire Rick ReiPrish to Personnel Department

The Pittsburgh Steelers have made one front office move today, adding former New Orleans’ Saints College Scouting Director Rick ReiPrish to its personnel department. The move was first announced by The Pittsburgh Post Gazette’s Ed Bouchette. @steelers C @MaurkicePouncey #NFLTop100 pic.twitter.com/Qqe0ILQCLn — NFL Network (@nflnetwork) May 14, 2015 ReiPrish was let…



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The Steelers Future’s Report: Final Grades Part 1

With the future’s reports all wrapped up and training camp looming it is time to give final grades to all the futures players and assess their final ability. A few notes before we get into the evaluations. First off, this is not a roster prediction post. Grades are given off…


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Where Are They Now? Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala

A sixth round draft choice out of Utah in the 1998 NFL Draft, I can still hear the chants of “FUUUUUUUU” being rained down at brand-new Heinz Field in the wee stages of the 2000s. A 6-foot, 252-pound battering ram of a running back, Chris Fuamatu Ma’afala was the backup to icon Jerome…



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Patriots Info Dump Might Indicate Sense Of Lack Of Legal Recourse

It seems that virtually everybody has offered his or take in response to the publication of The Wells Report in Context Thursday, written by Daniel Goldberg, an attorney for the New England Patriots, but perhaps the most interesting that I read yesterday was that of former Cleveland Browns general manager Joe…


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Dupree Needs A Kendrell Bell-Like Year To Capture DROY Honors

In the 2001 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers grabbed a linchpin that proved pivotal in the capture of their last two Super Bowl titles in the form of 6-foot-1, 325-pound nose tackle, Casey Hampton. However, it was their second rounder that year who ended up garnering some hardware for his…