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Steelers Stack The Deck For New Coaches

One of the first topics that I delved into when I began writing about sports a few years ago was the fact that Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin had a tendency to want to give his new coaches some new players for their position to help bring them along. New coaches, then, meant new […]

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Recapping The Steelers Free Agency Signings During The Kevin Colbert Era – 2010 Season

With the 2014 free agency signing period quickly approaching, we are gearing up for it by taking a look back at the Pittsburgh Steelers free agent signings dating back to 2000, when Kevin Colbert became the general manager. So far we have recapped the first ten years of Colbert’s tenure in Pittsburgh as it relates […]

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Recapping The Steelers Coaching Changes Since Mike Tomlin Arrived In Pittsburgh

On Saturday, it was reported that Pittsburgh Steelers running backs Kirby Wilson would not be back next season as he decided to take the same job with the Minnesota Vikings. Wilson now makes the 13th coach that has left or been fired since Mike Tomlin became head coach of the team in 2007. Here now […]

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Second Report Surfaces Stating Cardinals Will Hire Amos Jones As Special Teams Coach

There is another report that has now surfaced late Thursday that is stating Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Amos Jones will be named the new special teams coach of the Arizona Cardinals. Tommy Deas of tidesports.com reports that Jones, a former University of Alabama football player, will indeed join the Cardinals coaching staff. Deas only […]

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Report: Cardinals To Hire Amos Jones As Special Teams Coach?

Mike Jurecki of XTRA 910 Radio in Arizona is reporting Thursday on Twitter that he has heard that former Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Amos Jones will be the new special teams coach for the Arizona Cardinals. Hearing former #Steeler coach Amos Jones will be the new Special Teams coach for the #Cardinals. #xtra910 — […]

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Amos Sure Won\’t Be Famous For Steelers Special Teams Play In 2013

The Pittsburgh Steelers fired special teams coordinator Al Everest two games into the preseason this earlier this year and replaced him with assistant special teams coach Amos Jones, who head coach Mike Tomlin hired to his staff back when took the job in 2007. The firing was considered very surprising at the time because teams […]

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Steelers Special Teams Units Need To Backup Quarterback Friendly As Well

Assuming the Pittsburgh Steelers don\’t turn the ball over 8 times this coming Sunday, they still will have a tough chore in beating the Baltimore Ravens should quarterback Ben Roethlisberger not play. Hell, even if Roethlisberger does play it will be a tough chore, as it always is. Do the Steelers have a chance to […]

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Mike Tomlin Press Conference: Week 1 Denver Broncos

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin held his first regular season press conference on Tuesday in preparation for the Sunday night opener in Denver against the Denver Broncos. Below are the key talking points from the presser along with the audio. Tomlin opened by saying that they are excited about getting the 2012 season started […]

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Five Questions Facing The Steelers Headed Into Denver

Week 1 preparations for the Pittsburgh Steelers opener in Denver against the Broncos get in full swing on Monday and below are five questions that will need to be answered come Sunday night. Harrison & Worilds: Today is the day that starting right outside linebacker James Harrison and back up outside linebacker Jason Worilds are […]

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Mike Tomlin Says He Intends To Help Amos Jones With Special Teams

New Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Amos Jones will be getting some special assistance from head coach Mike Tomlin this week as the team looks to improve both their punt and kickoff units before the team faces the Denver Broncos in the season opener. Through the first three preseason games the Steelers are averaging 3.2 […]

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Steelers Bills Preview: 10 Things To Look For Saturday Night

The Pittsburgh Steelers will take on the Buffalo Bills in their third preseason game Saturday night in Buffalo and the third game is usually used as a dress rehearsal prior to the start of the regular season. There are still a few roster spots left to be claimed and several other things to pay attention […]

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The Terrible Podcast – Talking Al Everest Firing, Redman, 53 Man Roster & Bills Game Episode

Season 3, Episode 8 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and start by talking about the firing of Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Al Everest on Thursday, and after going over stats from the last two seasons and reviewing what has happened thus far in two preseason games, we conclude there […]

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Al Everest Says He Was Fired From Steelers For Professional Differences

Eric Edholm of Pro Football Weekly reports on Friday that former Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Al Everest, who was fired on Thursday, told the outlet that his dismissal was because of “professional differences” with the team. Reportedly Everest would not go into specifics and would only be quoted as saying, “It’s a professional differences […]

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Did Preseason Performance Of Special Teams Get Al Everest Fired?

The Pittsburgh Steelers fired special teams coach Al Everest on Thursday and replaced him with assistant special teams coach Amos Jones. While we don\’t know the real reason as to why Everest was let go, we can only assume that it might have been performance related until we hear otherwise. Everest was hired by the […]

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Assistant Amos Jones To Be Steelers New Special Teams Coach

The Pittsburgh Steelers parted ways with special teams coach Al Everest on Thursday and now Bob Labriola reports via Twitter that assistant special teams coach Amos Jones will replace Everest. There has been no official word yet as to why Everest had been let go. Jones is entering his sixth season with the Steelers after […]

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Report: Steelers Part Ways With Special Teams Coach Al Everest

NFL insider Jay Glazer is reporting via Twitter that the Pittsburgh Steelers have parted ways with special teams coach Al Everest on Thursday. Everest was about to enter his third season as the special teams coach after being hired on January 21, 2010 to replace the fired Bob Ligashesky. Prior to being hired by the […]

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2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp Roster Battles: Safeties

The Pittsburgh Steelers open training camp in Latrobe one month from today. As we continue to count down the days we will continue to look at the several roster battles that are shaping up at all of the positions. Last week we had a look at the Steelers cornerback roster battles and now we move […]

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Chris Rainey Considered A \’Special\’ Player By Special Teams Coach Al Everest

So much has been made about what Chris Rainey, the Pittsburgh Steelers fifth round draft pick, can add on offense in his rookie season. It is not hard to see new offensive coordinator Todd Haley using him much like he used Dexter McCluster in Kansas City. Rainey can be used as a pass catching running […]

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2011 Steelers Christmas Carol Videos Start To Roll Out

The 2011 Pittsburgh Steelers Christmas carol videos are beginning to be posted on steelers.com and today the first of four videos is now up. It opens with head coach Mike Tomlin giving Christmas greetings to all Steelers fans. The Steelers defensive linemen open up the carol singing by performing “Winter Wonderland” and Chris Hoke steals […]

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More Steelers Bengals Observations From Week 13

The Pittsburgh Steelers moved to 9-3 on the season with their 35-7 thrashing Sunday of the Cincinnati Bengals at Heinz Field. I have gone through the game a second time and here are my notebook observations from the game. The Steelers special teams were very special indeed on Sunday. Rookie Cameron Heyward really sparked things […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Friday October 14th – New Terrible Towels Edition

The Steelers have released two new versions of the Myron Cope Terrible Towel. One is Spanish version and the other a Halloween version. That Halloween version better not include the color orange. William Gay joined 93.7 The Fan yesterday to talk about the win over the Titans and what they’re looking to accomplish going forward. […]

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More Steelers Titans Observations

I just finished up going through the game again and below are more observations from the Steelers 38-17 win over the Tennessee Titans this afternoon. I understand the reason why Mike Tomlin put the defense out on the field to start the game but I do not agree with it. I get the message he […]

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Preseason Game 4: 7 Things To Look For Against The Panthers

The Steelers close out their 2011 preseason tonight as they take on the Panthers on the road in Charlotte. The Steelers had another strong showing last week against the Falcons and tonight is the last chance for a few players to make a big enough impression to make the team or the practice squad. Do […]

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Steelers 2011 Training Camp – Day Nineteen Recap

David Todd and I recorded a new episode of The Terrible Podcast this morning and discussed the play against the Redskins last Friday and talk about a few roster battles that are left to be settled. Hines Ward says he is focused on just one thing right now and that is playing Baltimore in week […]

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2011 Steelers Final 53 Man Roster Prediction 2.0 – Week 2 Preseason Edition

The first Steelers preseason game is in the books and now it is time to post my 2nd version of the 2011 Steelers Final 53 Man Roster Prediction. If you missed the pre training camp 53 man roster projection edition, you can read it here. There will be 3 more of these as we slowly […]

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Steelers 2011 Training Camp – Day Eight Recap

Thursday at Steelers camp was the day every football fan was waiting for and the Steelers even pushed back practice in hopes that the new labor agreement would be ratified. The CBA was finally ratified later this afternoon and now hopefully we will have 10 years of labor peace. It should be noted that the […]

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