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Steelers Brown, Bell Make 2014 PWWA All-NFL Team

After already previously  making the Associated Press All-Pro first-team last week, it was announced on Monday that Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell both made the All-NFL team as chosen in voting conducted by the Pro Football Writers of America. Brown and Bell were the…



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Is This The Year To Trade Up In The Draft?

Could this be the year the Pittsburgh Steelers make the bold move of trading up in the draft? Coming off their gut-wrenching playoff loss to Tennessee Titans in the 2002 Divisional Round (and the Oscar worthy flop by kicker Joe Nedney), general manager Kevin Colbert decided it was time to…





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Steelers Re-sign Exclusive Rights Free Agent G Chris Hubbard

The Pittsburgh Steelers have re-signed another one of their exclusive rights free agents as guard Chris Hubbard has signed a one-year deal for the minimum. Hubbard, who was originally signed as an undrafted free agent in 2013 out of UAB, spent the entire 2014 season on the Steelers 53 man…


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2014 Steelers Player Reviews: Running Backs

As we did last year, we’ll review the Pittsburgh Steelers position-by-position, player-by-player, based on what I have recorded in my Game Rewind notes throughout the season. We’ll move forward today with a recap of the Steelers running backs. Le’Veon Bell: It’s been an offense on the hunt for a feature…



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Steelers vs Ravens Wildcard Round Film Review: Cameron Heyward

For as often as it might have seemed that Cameron Heyward faded into the background for the Pittsburgh Steelers last Saturday against the Baltimore Ravens, he certainly made a number of plays of the variety that don’t always show up on paper. In fact, the defensive line as a whole…


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Steelers vs Ravens Wildcard Round Film Review: Daniel McCullers

In their first playoff game in three years, the Pittsburgh Steelers got significant contributions—at least in terms of playing time—from many of their rookie players, which is, of course, rather out of the ordinary for a Steelers team that has playoff aspirations. With Le’Veon Bell out, for example, the Steelers…


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Steelers vs Ravens Wildcard Round Film Review: James Harrison

If the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Wildcard round loss to the Baltimore Ravens is to be the last game of James Harrison’s career, then it’s a bit disappointing that one of the many pressures he had against rookie undrafted left tackle James Hurst didn’t end up in a sack. But either way,…


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Tomlin To Meet With Butler Monday About Steelers Defensive Coordinator Job

We should find out very soon if Pittsburgh Steelers linebackers coach Keith Butler will replace Dick LeBeau as the team’s defensive coordinator as head coach Mike Tomlin is expected to meet Monday with the longtime assistant about the job, according to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Butler has long…


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Will 2015 Be The Year Of The Elephant In Pittsburgh?

While we wait to hear who will be the Pittsburgh Steelers next defensive coordinator now that the team has parted ways with Dick LeBeau, it’s fun to think about what changes might be in store for the unit in 2015 as the front obviously needs to be able to provide…