Steelers Injury Report: Roethlisberger, Brown, Williams All Sat Out Wednesday

The Pittsburgh Steelers are back at work preparing for their Sunday road playoff game against the Denver Broncos and their first injury report of the week that was released on Wednesday shows that five players missed practice with injuries. Not practicing Wednesday were quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (shoulder), running back DeAngelo…



Hue Jackson To Be Browns New Head Coach

The Cleveland Browns have reportedly decided on who their new head coach will be and it’s Hue Jackson, who was previously the Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator. Jackson has long been regarded as possible head coach candidate after last holding that same title in 2011 with the Oakland Raiders. Jackson, who…


DeAngelo Williams Back In Walking Boot

If you needed any other evidence that DeAngelo Williams’ chances of playing Sunday are slim, several reporters caught him back in a walking boot today. Line of the morning goes to @DeAngeloRB. Who is in a walking boot, looked at my snowboots and said, "Hey, we match!" #fashionpolice — Aditi…


Roethlisberger’s Focus Is On Mental Reps And Rehab

Even if Ben Roethlisberger plays Sunday against the Denver Broncos, his preparation isn’t going to be the same. As Mike Tomlin spoke to what we all already knew, Roethlisberger will be limited in the early portion of the week, even in a best case scenario. Roethlisberger spoke to the media…


Steelers Film Room: Jordan Todman

It seemed like a dire situation heading into Cincinnati to take on the Bengals in the AFC Wild Card game without the services of running back DeAngelo Williams — who filled in admirably for Le’Veon Bell for much of the year after the third-year back out of Michigan State torn…



Steelers Ban Media From Talking To Joey Porter This Week

During his Tuesday press conference, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin made it clear that he’s ready to move past what happened Saturday night in the AFC Wild Card game against the Cincinnati Bengals and especially what transpired with linebackers coach Joey Porter during the final minute of play. On…


Steelers Film Room: William Gay And Pittsburgh’s Cover 2

The Pittsburgh Steelers‘ defense did an overall admirable job in their Wild Card win over the Cincinnati Bengals. But they did suffer a couple of breakdowns through the air, the majority coming off their Cover 2 look or some variation. We’ll jump to the tape and look at examples from…


Steelers T Alejandro Villanueva Expected To Qualify For Performance Based Pay

Back in August, nobody envisioned that Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Alejandro Villanueva would wind up starting over half the season for the team on the left side but an injury to starter Kelvin Beachum forced the former undrafted free agent into action. Now that the regular season is behind us, the…


Watch: Shirtless Steelers OL Doug Legursky Video Bomb ESPN In The Snow

Pittsburgh Steelers backup offensive lineman Doug Legursky hasn’t received a lot television time this season thanks to his unit being relatively healthy this year so on Tuesday he got himself on camera in a very unique way. While ESPN reporter Jeremy Fowler recorded a segment outside the UPMC Rooney Sports…


Steelers Home And Away Playoff History Breakdown

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a long and storied postseason history, as anybody likely reading this article would be amply aware of. Their 56 postseason games rank as the second-most in NFL history behind only the Cowboys, with whom they have recently tied after securing their 34th postseason victory, the most…


‘TNT’ Tandem Could Face Defense Unused To Explosive Plays

It’s still a bit early in the week, today being Wednesday, to be talking concretely about certain injury situations as it relates to availability to play on Sunday, but by some comments, it seems a distinct possibility that the Pittsburgh Steelers will be needing a bit more dynamite from their…


Mike Tomlin’s Message: Quality Practice Yields Quality Play

As was expected, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin did an admirable job of saying a lot of words that didn’t say a great deal, an oratory ability to keep his cards concealed that he has honed and fine-tuned over the past decade with the Pittsburgh as well as national…


‘No Fly Zone’ Denver Secondary Should Get Safety Boost This Time Around

The last time the Pittsburgh Steelers offense faced the self-proclaimed “No Fly Zone” Broncos secondary, they got taken for nearly 400 passing yards and three aerial touchdowns, with the Steelers scoring over 30 points in the game. It was the first 300-yard passing game and 30-point game that they had…