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Schein Calls Arians-Steelers Feud One Of The Best In NFL

In his most recent edition of “The Schein Nine“, NFL analysts Adam Schein attempted to list the nine top feuds heading into the 2015 NFL season and he listed Bruce Arians vs. Pittsburgh Steelers as No. 6 overall. Schein writes: No matter how you spin it, Mike Tomlin and the Steelers let…

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Bruce Arians: Ben Roethlisberger Is Like A Son To Me

It’s been several years since Bruce Arians “retired” from the Pittsburgh Steelers but the former offensive coordinator, now Arizona Cardinals head coach, still thinks quite a bit of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. “He’s like a son to me,” Arians told Macon Telegraph reporter Hayes Rule at the Arians’ Georgia Celebrity Golf Classic…


Can Two Steelers Wide Receivers Each Top 1,300 Yards In 2015?

While the 2014 version of the Pittsburgh Steelers offense was certainly productive at moving the football, the 2015 version is expected to be even better. In fact, if things go as planned and the key pieces stay healthy, the team could have two wide receivers exceed 1,300 or more receiving…

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Steelers WR Antonio Brown Nominated For ESPY Award

ESPN revealed this year’s list of ESPY nominees on Wednesday and it included one Pittsburgh Steelers player. Wide receiver Antonio Brown has been nominated for the Best NFL Player ESPY after leading the league last season in receptions (129) and receiving yards (1,698). Brown will certainly need a lot of…


Steelers Throwback Thursday: Joey Porter’s Last Career Sack

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebackers coach Joey Porter recorded 60 sacks during his eight seasons in the Steel City. After he was released by the Steelers in 2007, he went on to play three years with the Miami Dolphins and another two with the Arizona Cardinals, and he registered another 38…


Former Steelers FB Kreider Enjoying The Retired Life

Long a fan favorite of the team, former Steelers fullback Dan Kreider seems to have been one of the last in a breed of dinosaurs at the position. In this, I mean the lead blocking, throwback-style fullbacks whose face masks got mangled each and every game and who’s primary responsibility…


Assessing The Steelers Free Agent Alternatives: Third-String Quarterback

So far in this series we’ve tackled the Pittsburgh Steelers running back position and offensive tackle position. Of course, the one position that may need better competition the most is at quarterback. It goes without saying that Ben Roethlisberger is locked in as the starter for years to come. Additionally,…


Where Are They Now? Deshea Townsend

Aside from an Ike Taylor interception every once in a blue moon, it seems like the last time a reliable player donned the black and gold at the cornerback position, it was none other than Deshea Townsend. A four-year starter for the Alabama Crimson tide from 1994 through the 1997 season, he now…


Final Steelers Defensive Line Spots Up For Grabs This Offseason

Entering each training camp, there are typically only a handful of roster spots that are truly open. For the Pittsburgh Steelers, the most wide open battle could be along the defensive line. The team usually tries to keep six, doing just that in three of the last four years. Only…


Steelers WR Antonio Brown A Finalist For Madden NFL 16 Cover

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown had a spectacular 2014 season and because of that he’s been named as one of four finalists for the Madden NFL 16 Cover. Monday, EASports announced that voting is now open for the annual cover of the popular video game. In addition to Brown,…

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Ravens Jump Steelers In Order To Snake TE Maxx Williams

The Pittsburgh Steelers seemed like they were poised to draft Minnesota tight end Maxx Williams in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft, but the Baltimore Ravens made sure that didn’t happen. The Ravens traded their 58th overall selection in the second round along with a fifth rounder (No….


Report: Ravens, Cardinals Both Wanted To Draft Bud Dupree

The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Kentucky linebacker Bud Dupree with the 22nd overall pick in the first-round of the 2015 NFL Draft, but according to a Friday morning report, another team attempted to get him with the 21st overall selection. Per a report by Mike Jurecki of Fox Sports 910, the…