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Steelers Film Room: So’oto Swats, Swims, Sacks, Strips

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Vic So’oto effectively won the game Saturday night against the Buffalo Bills thanks to his strip sack fumble late in the fourth quarter. Here is a quick look at that play. Lined up outside of the tight end, So’oto gets off the ball well at the snap. This is second-round draft […]

Steelers Film Room: 73 Yard Touchdown Run By Giants RB Rashad Jennings

The Pittsburgh Steelers defense gave up quite a few double explosive plays last season and in their 2014 preseason opener Saturday night against the New York Giants, the first-team defense allowed running back Rashad Jennings to scamper 73 yards for a score. I have an animated gif of the play below and it’s pretty clear […]

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Andy Not So Dandy Against AFC North

A few days ago, the Cincinnati Bengals gave quarterback Andy Dalton a six-year extension with a base value of all seven years totaling out at $96 million. Dalton can max that deal out to $115 million if he wins the Super Bowl this upcoming season, but I’m willing to bet that he won’t. In fact, […]

Was Frank Summers Just All Fan Hype?

26 August 2009

I admit, I love rooting for the late round draft picks, who doesn\’t? Steeler Nation is notorious for it. The two most talked about 2009 draft picks by Steeler fans have been Frank Summers and A.Q. Shipley. Steelers fans have visions of Jerome Bettis or Chris Fuamatu-Ma\’afala running through their heads when they think about […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday August 26th

26 August 2009

Wide receiver Santonio Holmes (bacK), tackle Jason Capizzi (shoulder), running back Willie Parker (hamstring), fullback Frank Summers, tight end Sean McHugh (knee), quarterback Dennis Dixon (shoulder) and guard Darnell Stapleton (knee) all sat out on Tuesday. McHugh, Dixon and Stapleton have been ruled out for the Saturday night game versus the Buffalo Bills and Summers […]

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Sean McHugh To Have Knee Surgery

25 August 2009

Tight end/fullback Sean McHugh will have knee cleanup surgery according to Steel City Insider, Jim Wexell. McHugh has been battling rookie David Johnson for a roster spot, but has missed practice time due to his knee. McHugh signed a three-year contract in the offseason, but he could be pushed out of his role by Johnson.

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Roethlisberger Practices Tuesday, Dixon Sidelined

25 August 2009

Starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger returned to practice on Tuesday after suffering an Achilles contusion last week. Third string quarterback Dennis Dixon is still sidelined by a separated right shoulder injury suffered Saturday night versus the Washington Redskins. Second string quarterback Charlie Batch and rookie Mike Reilly joined Roethlisberger in quarterback drills. The Steelers are not […]

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Could Stefan Logan Still Make The Roster?

23 August 2009

As I mentioned in my top 10 things to watch pre game analysis of the Washington Redskins game, Stefan Logan needed to impress last night to have any shot of making the roster. The human joystick did just that. Logan was blistering on kickoff returns and showed good hands and vision on the punt returns. […]

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Preseason Game 2 Recap: Redskins 17 Steelers 13

22 August 2009

There were not too many highlights for the highlight reel on a rainy Saturday night in Washington as the Steelers lost to the Redskins 17-13. The Steeler defense looked lethargic giving up 167 yards rushing, while only allowing 137 yards through the air. The Steelers used mostly the third stringers past halftime to get a […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Friday August 21st

21 August 2009

Starting running back Willie Parker said that his main focus during the offseason was working on his hands and getting the third-down role in the offense. Parker is in his final year of his contract and no doubt wants to get as much of his ability down on tape. Veteran Mewelde Moore caught 40 balls […]

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10 Things To Look For Saturday Versus Washington

21 August 2009

The Steelers kick off their second pre-season game Saturday night versus the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field. Below are 10 things to I believe Steeler fans should look for in the second game. Essex/Colon vs Haynesworth – Right guard Trai Essex graded out well in the first preseason game versus the Arizona Cardinals according to […]

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Ben Roethlisberger Injured On Last Day Of Camp

20 August 2009

Starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger appeared to hurt his right ankle or foot during the Steelers final training camp practice on Thursday.

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Jury Still Out On Steelers 2008 Draft Class

20 August 2009

The futher the 2008 draft gets in the rear view mirror, the better the view becomes of the Steelers 2008 draft. As of right the jury is still out, but 2009 should provide the information to make a solid judgment. Let us break down where we are with the draft class. RB Rashard Mendenhall – […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday August 20th

20 August 2009

Nothing like bulletin board material for a pre-season game. Washington Redskins safeties coach Steve Jackson said, his safety LaRon Landry, is better than Steelers safety Troy Polamalu. I wonder if Jackson watches tape at all. There is more to playing safety than just coverage. Perhaps he missed this video below. It really comes as no […]

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Steelers Training Camp Day 18 – 2 Minutes & Rain

19 August 2009

The Steelers worked in the rain on Wednesday and practiced the vertical field two minute offense. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is looking stronger every day and ready for the season. Injury wise: Linebacker James Harrison (virus), offensive lineman Darnell Stapleton (knee), defensive tackle Scott Paxson (elbow), defensive tackle Nick Eason (calf) and running back Frank Summers […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday August 19th

19 August 2009

Mewelde Moore is slowly recovering from his hamstring injury and was able to participate in individual drills on Tuesday, however, he will not play in Saturday’s preseason game against the Washington Redskins. Players\’ union chief, DeMaurice Smith, is starting to warn players that they need to be saving their money as a lockout might be […]

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Steelers Training Camp Day 18 – Red Zone Work

18 August 2009

Tuesday the Steelers concentrated on red zone work and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger deemed his arm is arm is feeling better. Injury wise: Tight end Sean McHugh (knee) and offensive lineman Darnell Stapleton (knee) did not practice. Defensive end Nick Eason (calf) left practice early. Defensive end Scott Paxson (elbow) was hurt during practice but finished. […]

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Shaun McDonald Should Be The #5

18 August 2009

Probably the quietest stat from the pre-season opener versus the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday was the 6 catch, 69 yard performance by veteran free agent receiver Shaun McDonald. McDonald is still fairly young at 28 and can play in various positions. He is a solid possession receiver and works well out of the slot. Of […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Tuesday August 18th

18 August 2009

Let us hope the early success of undrafted rookie free agent running back Isaac Redman is not going to his head, On Sunday during the goal-line drill he spiked the ball after going into the endzone and that did not set well with the veterans on defense. Jim Wexell has a story on both #73\’s […]

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Steelers Training Camp Day 18 – Hot In Pittsburgh

17 August 2009

The Steelers held two practice sessions on Monday on what was a very hot day in Latrobe. Injury wise the Steelers remain relatively healthy. Offensive linemen Darnell Stapleton (knee) remains sidelined and likely will not start practicing until next week. Running back Frank Summers (groin) and wide receiver Shaun McDonald (calf) were held out, but […]

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Father Of Anthony Madison Dies

17 August 2009

Still trying to confirm reports, but Jim Morris of the NFL Alumni Fourth & Goal Foundation reported on his Twitter page that the father of Steelers defensive back, Anthony Madison has died. Madison left practice earlier today. The thoughts and prayers go out to the Madison family from the Steeler Nation..

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Is Tony Hills Last Shot On The Right Side?

17 August 2009

The Steelers seem to be trying every possible scenario in order to keep second year Tony Hills on the roster. The emergence of rookie undrafted free agent Ramon Foster has Hill clearly on the bubble at this point. In the first pre-season game against the Arizona Cardinals, the Steelers lined Foster up at the left […]

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Just How Safe Is Carey Davis?

17 August 2009

All of the experts will tell you that running back Carey Davis is a safe bet to make the 53 man roster. But just how safe is that bet? Without a doubt, Davis is a special team warrior, but with the rise of rookie free agent running back, Isaac Redman as a short yardage specialist […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday August 17th

17 August 2009

Offensive lineman Darnell Stapleton had the staples removed from his surgically repaired knee on Sunday and proclaimed that there’s no doubt in his mind that he can come back and play this season. Jim Wexell reports on free agent running back, Isaac Redman, work against the first string goal line defense on Sunday. Redman had […]

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Steelers Cardinals Game Report Card

14 August 2009

I have just finished watching the Steelers Cardinals game for the third time. Below is my report card for the first preseason game along with notes I made. Offense Quarterbacks – Ben Roethlisberger played only two series and Charlie Batch just one. Ben showed he still has his escapability when he was almost sacked for […]

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Steelers HC Mike Tomlin Cardinals Post Game Press Conference Transcript

13 August 2009

Head Coach Mike Tomlin: That was a good start for us on a lot of fronts. This is going to be a good take for our football team to make corrections. Of course we are far from perfection. That is why we go through this process. We saw some things that we don’t like – […]

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Preseason Game 1 Recap: Steelers 20 Cardinals 10

13 August 2009

Steelers rookie undrafted free agent running back Isaac Redman and punter Dan Sepulveda stole the show in the preseason opening 20-10 win Thursday night against the Arizona Cardinals at Heinz Field. Redman, from Bowie State, ran 10 times for 32 yards and 2 touchdowns in second half action. Redman began his uphill climb to make […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday August 13th

13 August 2009

The NFL has suspended Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte\’ Stallworth for the entire 2009 season. The suspension means the Browns don\’t have to release him and suffer a sizable hit to their 2009 salary cap and they will get a credit on this year\’s cap for the $745,000 base salary. Stallworth has responded on his […]

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10 Things To Look For Thursday Versus Arizona

12 August 2009

The Steelers kick off their pre-season Thursday night versus the Arizona Cardinals at Heinz Field. Below are 10 things to look for in the first game. Return Game – The Steelers return game ranked 31st in punt return average and 29th in kickoff return average during the 2008 season and is a huge focus this […]

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