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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday May 30th – Memorial Day Edition

Several members of the Steelers coaching staff honor the fallen heroes on Memorial Day in this video tribute. Mike Tomlin, Kevin Colbert, Dick LeBeau, John Mitchell, Carnell Lake, Jerry Olsavsky and Al Everest all say a few words. Free safety Ryan Clark says no defensive workouts are scheduled during the lockout and that the long […]

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7 Keys To The Steelers Beating The Browns – Week 17 Game Prediction

Plain and simple the Steelers need this win to nail down the #2 seed in the AFC and get a first round bye in the playoffs. Below are what we deem to be 7 keys to the game for the Steelers to beat the Browns in week 17. Pressure Colt – The last time the […]

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Steelers Beat Bengals 27-21 – Game Recap & Notes

That left side of the line was very scary mixed in with Maurkice Pouncey missing time. Mike Tomlin was getting tight end Matt Spaeth ready to play tackle. Sounds like Chris Kemoeatu might be sidelined next week. Too early to tell. I can tell you that Jonathan Scott does not get many snaps at left […]

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Steelers Beat Buccaneers 38-13 – Game Recap & Notes

The Steelers beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-13 in the 3rd game of the 2010 season. Below are my recap notes and nuggets I kept on the game along with my observations. I have much more coming on this game and am working through the night. These are initial reactions of mine as I am […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Wednesday September 22nd – Support Jack Butler For HOF Edition

John Butler, the son of former Pittsburgh Steeler defensive back Jack Butler, is beginning to actively campaign for his father to be considered for the NFL Hall of Fame. Here is a link to the website, jack-butler.com and we invite Steeler Nation to help the cause. Steelers nose tackle Chris Hoke joined Seibel and Starkey […]

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Breakdown of Steelers Antonio Brown Kickoff Return For Touchdown VS Titans

How nice was it to see a kickoff returned by us for a touchdown instead of the opposing team? This play set the tone for the day and immediately took the crowd right out of the game. Special teams coach Al Everest is already paying dividends and the speed of Antonio Brown can not be […]

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Steelers 2010 Season Preview & Prediction

Opening Statement: So much has happened since the final 2009 season game against Miami and the start of the season must be a welcome sight for the Steelers players and coaches. The preseason was a bit of a blur and was overall a success until quarterback Byron Leftwich went down with a MCL injury in […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday August 19th – Strong As A Bronko Edition

Mike Bires of the Beaver County Times has a profile article on Bronko Doug Legursky. Sean Kugler loves the guy and calls him one of the strongest guys on the line. His position versatility also will likely help his chances of making the 53 man roster once again. Gerry Dulac of the Post-Gazette seems to […]

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10 Things To Look For Saturday Versus Detroit In Preseason Game 1

Saturday the Steelers will host the Detroit Lions to Heinz Field for the first preseason game of the 2010 season. We have listed below 10 things to look for Saturday heading into the game. Robo Kickoff Guy? – Daniel Sepulveda was allowed to kickoff last Friday under the lights and reportedly Mike Tomlin was happy […]

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A Special Point Of Interest

By Chris Gates New special teams coach Al Everest told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review he has four goals for the return teams. They are: 1. Ball security. 2. Positive yards. 3. Return the ball in scoring position. 4. Scoring touchdowns. I’d love to hear what his plans are for kick and punt pursuit. While the Steelers […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday August 5th – Prime Time Emmanuel Edition

Mark Kaboly writes that new Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler is teaching the offensive line to be much more physical instead of trying to be a finesse unit. Kugler is implementing zone, man and gap-blocking schemes in camp. Rookie wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders continues to look great and camp and talked Wednesday more about […]

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6 Questions Needing Answers During Steelers 2010 Training Camp

Friday is almost upon us and the Steelers will start arriving in Latrobe for the 2010 training camp. Besides all the questions surrounding quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, I have compiled 6 questions that need answers before camp breaks. 1. Is Troy Polamalu healthy? – It is no secret safety Troy Polamalu is the catalyst on defense. […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Friday May 28th – Big Ben Cleared Edition

The biggest news on Thursday was that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell advised the Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger that he is cleared to return to team activities beginning next week. No word on if the suspension has been shortened to 4 games yet, but there is no hurry for that word to come down. The Steelers […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Monday May 17th

Steelers.com latest article by Bob Labriola focuses on new special teams coach Al Everest and the task he has ahead to improve the overall poor play last season on the special teams unit. Ed Bouchette explains how the upcoming capless salary cap season might make it tough for the Steelers to sign linebacker LaMarr Woodley […]

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Steelers Six From Around The Web – Thursday January 21st

The Steelers officially announced the hiring of Al Everest as the team’s new special teams coordinator, something we announced a few days ago. Keep your eyes on former Bucs wide receivers coach Richard Mann. He is reportedly interviewing today with the Redskins, but if he isn\’t hired, he might get a call from Mike Tomlin. […]

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Steelers Hire Al Everest As New Special Teams Coach

The Steelers have made their second coaching staff hire of the day as former 49ers special teams coach Al Everest was hired to replace the recently fired Bob Ligashesky. The 49ers struggled in 2009 in the kick return game, ranking 32nd in the league in punt returns and 23rd on kickoff returns. His kick coverage […]

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